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A fractal approach to identifying urban boundaries

Bibliographic reference Tannier, Cécile ; Thomas, Isabelle ; Vuidel, Gilles ; Frankhauser, Pierre. A fractal approach to identifying urban boundaries. In: Geographical Analysis : an international journal of theoretical geography, Vol. 43, no. 2, p. 211-227 (2011)
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