Nystuen/Dacey Nodal Analysis
Tinkler, Keith J.; Nystuen, John D.; Dacey, Michael F.
Tinkler, Keith J.; with Dacey, Michael F. and Nystuen, John D. Nystuen/Dacey Nodal Analysis. Ann Arbor: Institute of Mathematical Geography, Monograph Series, Monograph #7, 1988. 108 pages + Persistent URL (URI): http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/58274
Institute of Mathematical Geography
Institute of Mathematical Geography (IMaGe) Monograph SeriesIMaGe Monograph #7
Nodal AnalysisGraph Theory
"Foreword" by Nystuen: Graph theory is a mathematics of structure. Many years ago we (Nystuen and Dacey, 1961) used some theorems from graph theory in the analysis of the spatial structure of a nodal region. The application was novel. More commonly, Euclidean geometry had served as the means to formalize spatial aspects of geographical problems. Tinkler's work is an exception. Over the years he has developed graph theory methods of geographical analysis (involving nodal regions) that have gone well beyond our modest beginning. The present work shows the evolution of nodal analysis.
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