Idan Porat

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In this article we analyze the global flow of migrants from 206 source countries to 145 destination countries (2006-2010) and focus on the differences in the migration network pattern between destination and source counters as represented by its degree and weight distribution. Degree represents the connectivity of a country to the global migration network,(More)
These studies use remote-sensing data and computerized simulations as the primary sources for studying urban growth and expansion. However, it is interesting to note that there is little use of information regarding floor-area construction initiation (CI) in urban morphology and evolution research, despite high information content and availability.(More)
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