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Where Alonso meets Sierpinski: an urban economic model of a fractal metropolitan area

Bibliographic reference Cavailhès, Jean ; Frankhauser, Pierre ; Peeters, Dominique ; Thomas, Isabelle. Where Alonso meets Sierpinski: an urban economic model of a fractal metropolitan area. In: Environmental and Planning A, Vol. 36, no. 8, p. 1471-1498 (Août 2004)
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