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Density is among the most important descriptive as well as normative measures in urban research. While its basic concept is generally understandable, approaches towards the density measure are manifold, diverse and of multidimensional complexity. This evolves from differing thematic, spatial and calculative specifications. Consequently, applied density(More)
Article history: Received 13 June 2016 Received in revised form 20 January 2017 Accepted 21 January 2017 Available online xxxx Polycentricity belongs to the most versatile and fuzzy concepts in urban geography. It basically points to the existence of more than one center within a conurbation. Previous studies havemostly referred to the spatial distribution(More)
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