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Exploring a spatio-dynamic neighbourhood-based model of residential behaviour in the Brussels periurban area

Bibliographic reference Caruso, Geoffrey ; Rounsevell, Mark ; Cojocaru, G. Exploring a spatio-dynamic neighbourhood-based model of residential behaviour in the Brussels periurban area.Conference on Framing Land Use Dynamics (Utrecht Univ, Utrecht (Netherlands), Apr 16-18, 2003). In: International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol. 19, no. 2, p. 103-123 (2005)
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