Modelling accessibility using space-time prism concepts within geographical information systems

@article{Miller1991ModellingAU,
  title={Modelling accessibility using space-time prism concepts within geographical information systems},
  author={Harvey J. Miller},
  journal={International Journal of Geographical Information Science},
  year={1991},
  volume={5},
  pages={287-301}
}
The space-time 0 .. time geographical framework is a powerful perspective from which to analyse human behaviour. One of the central concepts in this framework is the space-time prism, which models individual accessibility to an environment. In this paper, the derivation and manipulation of space-time prism concepts within a geographical information system (GIS) are discussed. The required system inputs and desired outputs are identified and a generic GIS based procedure is presented. Given… CONTINUE READING
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