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The number of ways to label a structure
(Springer-Verlag; Psychometric Society, 1967-06)
It has been observed that the number of different ways in which a graph with p points can be labelled is p ! divided by the number of symmetries, and that this holds regardless of the species of structure at hand. In this ...
A graph theory interpretation of nodal regions
(Springer-Verlag; The Regional Science Association, 1961-12)
The techniques defined in this paper will divide a set of cities into subgroups which specify a central place and its subordinate hierarchy. The association between cities is not the only system which may be defined as a ...
An approach to the direct measurement of community mean information fields
(Springer-Verlag; The Regional Science Association, 1963-12)
A digital terrain library : technical report
The spectrum of U.S. 40
(Springer-Verlag; The Regional Science Association, 1969-12)
Computation of the correspondence of geographical patterns
(Springer-Verlag; The Regional Science Association, 1965-12)
The probability of a given 1-choice structure
(Springer-Verlag; Psychometric Society, 1966-06)
A 1-choice structure arises whenever each person in a group chooses exactly one other person according to some criterion. Our purpose is to study the situation in which these choices are made at random. As noted in Harary, ...
Asia on the Eve of Europe's Expansion
Map in the frontispiece of the included book based on an original map by Sandra Lach (now, Arlinghausemail@example.com). The book is peer-reviewed. There is also a file listing a box by box inventory of the works of ...
An experiment in the computer generalization of maps.
Enumeration of finite automata