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Multiple bifurcation effects with a logistic attractiveness function in the supply side of a service system.

Clarke, GP; Clarke, M; Wilson, AG; (1984) Multiple bifurcation effects with a logistic attractiveness function in the supply side of a service system. Working Paper - University of Leeds, School of Geography , 397

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Abstract

The Poston and Wilson hypothesis represents a mechanism for bringing about jumps between corner shop-type retail development and a supermarket-type system. These jumps can be reproduced within a spatial-interaction model. Shows that much extension and reformulation of the original set of models was necessary, as demonstrated by numerical experiments. -A.F.Pitty

Type: Article
Title: Multiple bifurcation effects with a logistic attractiveness function in the supply side of a service system.
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/1301521
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