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spatial

 [spa´shal]
pertaining to space.
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spa·tial

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

(spā'shăl)
Relating to space or a space.
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(4) This paper in particular investigates whether spatial clustering of income and average education levels can explain their distribution across Pakistani districts.
To test the hypothesis of spatial clustering of disease outbreaks, it was performed an analysis using the Kfunction (RIPLEY, 1977; BAILEY & GATRELL, 1995).
(5.) It should be noted that estimations use spatial clustering variable that also include regions in other provinces (West Java, DI Yogyakarta, and East Java) have been experimented and give significant results and its impacts are rather higher than the first version of the spatial clustering measure.
In efforts to objectively identify where the key clusters of IT firm activity are located within the metropolitan environment, Crimestat's nearest neighbour hierarchical spatial clustering technique was employed.
British Columbia's next wave strength is evident from this research, but observations of sectoral diversity and spatial clustering are only an initial step in understanding the success of this region.
Reid (1994) tests the effect of just-in-time inventory control on spatial clustering in observing the level of inputs purchased locally for a set of 239 Japanese-owned manufacturing plants in the U.S.
At lower rates of disturbance, Bromus showed a non-linear, but minimal, response to changes in spatial clustering of disturbances.
i) To examine spatial clustering of leprosy using Moran's I statistic in the data set.
To identify community-level HCA spatial clustering, we used the Poisson model in SaTScan (7) with a maximum cluster size of 25% of the population at risk.
Based on a measure of spatial clustering of competitors, Pennerstorfer and Weiss (2013) substantiated the effects of local market power on petrol prices with a particular focus on the significance of coordinated pricing behaviour using the difference-in-difference approach (i.e.
For Spatial clustering methods have great advantages in solving and analyzing complex problems lack of background information, the method of spatial clustering spatial data has been one of the most active and most widely used technology in mining field.
The resultant value of a Moran's I for a variable of interest ranges from approximately -1 to +1; values nearer -1 indicate spatial dispersion, those near +1 suggest spatial clustering, and values close to 0 indicate a random spatial pattern.

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