Quadrat Analysis_RW_Thomas

J taylor dept of geography university of newcastle

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Unformatted text preview: pt of Geography, University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Prospective authors are invited to submit an outline of their proposed text for consideration. IV DEPENDENCE IN SPACE (i) Uniform and clustered patterns (ii) The negative binomial distribution (iii) Moments and maximum likelihood estimation of k (iv) Other distributions This series, Concepts and Techniques in Modern Geography is produced by the Study Group in Quantitative Methods, of the Institute of British Geographers. For details of membership of the Study Group, write to the Institute of British Geographers, I Kensington Gore, London, S.W.7. The series is published by Geo Abstracts Ltd., University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ, to whom all other enquiries should be addressed. V GEOGRAPHICAL APPLICATIONS AND THEIR PROBLEMS specification (i) Karst depressions and the problem of model (ii) The scale problem 1 VI ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES 1. (i) INTRODUCTION (i) Multinomial coefficients and state descriptions (ii) The entropy maximising distribution (iii) VII Redundancy Background CONCLUSIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY APPENDIX Quadrat analysis embraces a variety of mathematical and statistical techniques which are designed to measure properties of point patterns. These techniques are of inhe...
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