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Batty, M; (1975) Big Data: Big Issues. Geographical, Magazine of the Royal Geographical Society

Batty, M; (1975) Design as Collective Action. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design , 2 pp. 151-176.

Batty, M; (1975) Generalised Measures of Information, Bayes' Likelihood Ratio and Jaynes' Formalism. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design , 2 pp. 99-105.

Batty, M; (1975) Generating Plans for Urban Growth: Some Related Design Methods. Contact , 7 pp. 1-6.

Batty, M; (1975) IN DEFENCE OF URBAN MODELLING. Planner , 61 (5) pp. 184-187.

Batty, M; (1975) Recent Developments in Activity Allocation Models in a British Context. In: Baxter, RS and Echenique, M and Owers, J, (eds.) Urban Development Models. (pp. 30-40). The Construction Press: Lancaster.

Batty, M; (1975) Speculations on Models, Methods and Machines for the Design of Physical Plans. In: Feo, A, (ed.) (Proceedings) Second Annual Conference on Models in Architecture and Planning. (pp. pp. 1-42). UMUA, Central University, Caracas: Caracas.

Batty, M; F Suthill et al, ; (1975) The Reading-Wokingham-Basingstoke-Aldershot Subregional Study. Berkshire County Council: Reading, UK.

Batty, M; March, L; (1975) Information-Minimizing Formalism and the derivation of non-Parametic Forms for Population and Transportation Models. (Report No. 8-S-240775 8-S-2407). Department of Systems Design, University of Waterloo: Ontario.

Batty, M; Masser, I; (1975) Spatial Decompositions and Partitions in urban mODELLING. London Papers in Regional Science , 5 pp. 188-206.

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Rees, PH; Wilson, AG; (1975) A Comparison of Available Models of Population Change. Regional Studies , 9 (1) pp. 39-61. 10.1080/09595237500185041.

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Wilson, AG; (1975) Some new forms of spatial interaction model: A review. Transportation Research , 9 (2-3) pp. 167-179. 10.1016/0041-1647(75)90054-4.

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