Cities and Regions as Self-organizing Systems
Peter M. Allen
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This book gives a clear methodological and philosophical introduction to complexity theory as applied to urban and regional systems and contains a detailed series of modelling case studies compiled over the past couple of decades. Based on the new complex systems thinking, mathematical models are developed which attempt to simulate the evolution of towns, cities and regions and the complicated co-evolutionary interaction there is both between and within them. This innovative text will be an invaluable guide to the complex systems approach for urban and rural planners and graduate and advanced undergraduate geography students studying spatial modelling.
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