Category Archives: Entropy

Revealing Centrality

Chen Zhong (CASA) and her colleagues from ETH and MIT continue to produce interesting analyses from work with the EZ-Link data in Singapore. She introduces some interesting entropy measures along with other indices in revealing centrality in activity patterns. Her paper can … Continue reading

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Urban Transfer Entropy across Scales

Roberto Murcio led our work on applying ideas of information theory across scales so that mutual information can be transmitted one way, rather than symmetrically. The paper has just appeared in PLOS One. And you can Download the PDF from … Continue reading

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Applied Urban Modelling

Read our editorial in the current issue of Transactions in GIS about “Applied Urban Modeling: New Types of Spatial Data Provide a Catalyst for New Models”. The issues contains four papers on recent developments in urban modelling originally presented at … Continue reading

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