Spatial Autocorrelation in Spatial Interactions Models: Geographic Scale and Resolution Implications for Network Resilience and Vulnerability
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KeywordsGeographic resolution; Geographic scale; Network autocorrelation; Spatial interaction; Spatial autocorrelation;
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