Spatial Search and Spatial Competition: A Probability Analysis of Basic Results from the Spatially-Restricted Theory
Existing analyses of the interactions between spatial search and spatial competition are limited since it has been difficult to incorporate the complex routing component of the behavior. This paper examines the interactions between spatial search behavior and spatial competition using a probabilistic modeling strategy that does not restrict routing. Experimental analyses examine basic hypotheses from optimal search theory and competitive location theory in the context of spatial search. While experimental results support several of these basic hypotheses, the experiments also generate some contradictions and additional insights.
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Volume (Year): 29 (1995)
Issue (Month): 1 (February)
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