Gravity models of spatial interaction behavior

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Springer-Verlag , Berlin, New York
Transportation -- Mathematical models., Space in economics -- Mathematical mo
StatementAshish Sen, Tony E. Smith.
SeriesAdvances in spatial and network economics
ContributionsSmith, Tony E.
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LC ClassificationsHE147.7 .S46 1995
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Paginationxv, 572 p. :
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Open LibraryOL798814M
ISBN 103540600264
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This book presents an up-to-date, consistent and unified approach to the theory, methods and application of the gravity model - which spans from the axiomatic foundations of such models all the way to practical hints for their use. "I have found no better general method for use in applied research dealing with spatial interaction Cited by: Gravity models describe, and hence help predict, spatial flows of commuters, air-travelers, migrants, commodities and even messages.

They are one of the oldest and most widely used of all social science models. This book presents an up-to-date, consistent and unified approach to the theory, methods. This book presents an up-to-date, consistent and unified approach to the theory, methods and application of the gravity model - which spans from the axiomatic foundations of such models all the way to practical hints for their use.

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Gravity Models of Spatial Interaction Behavior (Advances in Spatial and Network Economics)Cited by: Gravity models describe, and hence help predict, spatial flows of commuters, air-travelers, migrants, commodities and even messages.

They are one of the oldest and most widely used of all social science models. This book presents an up-to-date, consistent and unified approach to the theory, methods and application of the gravity model - which spans from the axiomatic foundations of such models.

Gravity Models of Spatial Interaction Behavior Series: Advances in Spatial and Network Economics Gravity models describe, and hence help predict, spatial flows of commuters, air-travelers, migrants, commodities and even messages.

They are one of the oldest and most widely used of all social science models. This book presents an up-to-date. Sincea very large array of gravity and spatial interaction models has evolved. They relate to many different kinds of interactions, some purely theoretical but much more frequently interactions concerned with everyday problems and planning for which useful applications have been sought.

Gravity models of spatial interaction behavior book. One of the major intellectual achievements and, at the same time, perhaps the most useful contribution by spatial analysts to social science literature is the development of gravity and spatial interaction models.

This book provides an excellent and lucid introduction to the evolution of the gravity and spatial interaction models and their specification. Gravity models of Spatial Interaction Behavior. (Advances in Spatial and Network Economics): Ashish Sen and Tony E. Smith. Springer-Verlag, Tiergartenstra D, Heidelberg, Germany, pp.

+ xv. ISBN Picture Two Patterns The gravity model states that consumer behavior reflects two patterns. 1: The more people living in an area, the greater the number of potential customers for a service. 2: The farther people are away from a service the less likely they are to use it. In book: International Encyclopedia of Human Geography (pp) This paper shows that the gravity model is not a single model but that there is a whole family of spatial interaction models.

Gravity models of spatial interaction behavior / by Sen, Ashish K. Authors: Smith, Tony E. Series: Advances in spatial and network economics Published by: Springer-Verlag, (Berlin ; Non-Fiction Books: ECSU Library - Main Campus General Stacks: Non Fiction: SEN (Browse Shelf) copy 1.

Gravity and Linear Regression Models of Spatial Interaction: A Cautionary Note. Economic Geography: Vol. 50, No. 1, pp. When citing this book, please include the following: Haynes, Kingsley E., A. Stewart Fotheringham, “Gravity and Spatial Interaction Models”.

Web Book of Regional Science. Regional Research Institute, West Virginia University. Edited by Grant Ian Thrall, ; Randall Jackson, The gravity model is a popular mathematical model used to predict the interaction between two or more places.

In geography it has been used to simulate a variety of flow patterns, such as traffic. One of the major intellectual achievements and, at the same time, perhaps the most useful contribution by spatial analysts to social science literature is the development of gravity and spatial interaction models.

This book provides an excellent and lucid introduction to the evolution of the gravity and spatial interaction models and their specification. Optimal Spatial Interaction and the Gravity Model | This book has grown out of a desire to explore the possibilities of using optimizing models in transportation planning.

This approach has been followed throughout. Models which combine descriptive and optimizing elements are not treated. Gravity Model Interaction Pattern Travel Behavior Spatial Interaction Interaction Behavior These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

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Haynes and Fotheringham provide an introduction to gravity and spatial interaction models which are extensively applied in forecasting. They trace the different applications of the gravity model to market area analysis, developing real-life examples of the use of these models: planning a new service, defining retail shopping boundaries, forecasting migration and voting patterns, examining.

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Gravity model overview, Gravity and Spatial Interaction Models, Sage. l0 can be located in absolute terms by longitude and latitude coordinates, and the absolute position of things can be related to each other by reference distinguishing features of human behavior is the ability to travel or move across the face of the earth and to.

The evolution of the model is summarized and a general form is defined. The models are compared as regards certain structural properties — biproportionality, scale, endogeny, consistency, and spatial interaction. The various macro and micro approaches to deriving or interpreting gravity models.

A.S. Fotheringham, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 6 Theoretical Foundations of Spatial Interaction Models. Although spatial interaction models generally perform well empirically and are generally assumed to be reasonable statements of spatial behavior, the models have been criticized for not having a sound theoretical base.

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[Sven Erlander] -- This book has grown out of a desire to explore the possibilities of using optimizing models in transportation planning. This approach has been followed throughout. Models which combine descriptive. The gravity models are commonly used spatial interaction models. They have been widely applied in a large set of domains dealing with interactions amongst spatial entities.

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estimation due to misspecijkation, even where behavior confm to the gravity hypothesis. Deterministic and stochastic illustrations are prouided.

INTRODUCTION Imagine a situation where careful investigation has determined that the gravity hypothesis is in fact the correct specification for some particular type of spatial interaction.

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LeSage and Manfred M. Fischer --Constrained Variants of the Gravity Model and Spatial.were predicted from empirical interaction data by inverting models which contained spatial separations as one of the explanatory variables [1,2]. The resulting spatial separations were then converted to latitude and longitude positions by a procedure analogous to trilateration, as practiced in geodesy.Chapter 3: Spatial Interaction and Spatial Behavior.

STUDY. PLAY. activity space The area within which people move freely on their typical rounds of regular activity (not unusual exceptions) Any gravity model of shopping behavior, such as Reilly's Breaking-Point Law or the potential model when applied to multiple stores or shopping centers.