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On Metropolis Growth

@article{Ahmad2017OnMG,
  title={On Metropolis Growth},
  author={Syed Amaar Ahmad},
  journal={arXiv: Physics and Society},
  year={2017}
}
We consider the scaling laws, second-order statistics and entropy of the consumed energy of metropolis cities which are hybrid complex systems comprising social networks, engineering systems, agricultural output, economic activity and energy components. We abstract a city in terms of two fundamental variables; $s$ resource cells (of unit area) that represent energy-consuming geographic or spatial zones (e.g. land, housing or infrastructure etc.) and a population comprising $n$ mobile units that… 

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