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spatial

 [spa´shal]
pertaining to space.

spa·tial

(spā'shăl), Avoid the misspelling spacial.
Relating to space or a space.

spatial

/spa·tial/ (spa´shul) pertaining to space.

spa·tial

(spā'shăl)
Relating to space or a space.

spatial

pertaining to space.

spatial clustering
in geographical terms the cases in an outbreak of disease are clustered in groups and not spread randomly.
spatial distribution
the distribution of a population within an area.
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Environmental teratogen exposure is another potential explanation of spatial clustering of birth defects.
2007), "Varied Density Based Spatial Clustering of Applications with Noise", Proceedings of IEEE international conference on service systems and service management, Chengdu, China: 1-4.
In the light of the above mentioned issues, this study empirically investigates the spatial clustering of economic inequalities, growth and development across Pakistani districts by utilising ESDA techniques.
Our research also has demonstrated that when spatial clustering of rates or events is indeed found in a study area, further studies related to risk factors should be addressed appropriately, i.
Density-Based Spatial Clustering and Applications with Noise (DBSCAN) was a clustering algorithm based on density.
Their topics include fundamentals of spatial data warehousing for geographic knowledge discovery, data quality issues, clustering methods in geographical data analysis, leveraging the power of spatial data mining to enhance the applicability of geographic information systems technology, multi-variate spatial clustering and geo-visualization, and periodic pattern discovery from trajectories of moving objects.
They argue that this variable corrects spatial autocorrelation in spatial regression models and at the same time it is also a measure of spatial clustering.
Brooker et al demonstrated spatial clustering of malaria cases in children during an epidemic in a single year using geo-referenced data of the households with malaria cases in Kapkangani location of Nandi district in the highlands of western Kenya (58).
As indicated in Table 3, most of the spatial clustering was identified in Broward and Miami-Dade counties.
As the economic and demographic mix of central cities change, there is concomitant increase in the spatial clustering of poor minorities who do not have access to jobs or other institutions conducive to integration in mainstream society.
The Turkish experiment has shown that spatial clustering alone does not guarantee competitiveness, an obvious indication that some of the explanations of competitiveness of clusters in the literature are not true.

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