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Fractal dimensions of the built-up footprint: buildings versus roads. Fractal evidence from Antwerp (Belgium)

Bibliographic reference Thomas, Isabelle ; Frankhauser, Pierre. Fractal dimensions of the built-up footprint: buildings versus roads. Fractal evidence from Antwerp (Belgium). In: Environment and planning. B, Planning and design, Vol. 40, no.2, p. 319-329 (2013)
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