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spatial

[′spā·shəl]
(physics)
Of or pertaining to space; occupying space; occurring in, or conditioned by, space; considered with relation to space.
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spatial

Having to do with space. Contrast with "temporal," which deals with time.
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In the light of the above mentioned issues, this study empirically investigates the spatial clustering of economic inequalities, growth and development across Pakistani districts by utilising ESDA techniques.
The results of the spatial clustering analysis can be seen in figure 2, that shows a graph of the function D(s)= [K.sub.case](s)-[K.sub.control], (s).
Using the aforementioned defaults to determine threshold distance and cluster membership, the results of the nearest neighbour hierarchical spatial clustering analysis for IT firms are shown in Figures 1-7 and summarized in Table 4.
In recognition of the spatial clustering of auto supplier plants in southeast Michigan, northern Indiana, and Ohio, I calculate the distance to Detroit for each plant that opened during the earlier period.
Species richness was again highest for "intermediate" disturbance rates [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 10 OMITTED]; intermediate rates in this context shifted towards lower disturbance rates for higher levels of spatial clustering in the disturbance regime (i.e., higher values of H).
In the context of the Austrian gasoline market, Pennerstorfer and Weiss (2013) provide convincing evidence that large gasoline price differences can be adequately explained by analysing the link between ownership structure and spatial clustering (i.e.
With the wide application of a variety of complex special database, the actual demand asks for newer and higher requirements on the spatial clustering task, which has brought new challenges for spatial clustering methods and technology.
([double dagger]) Values nearer -1 indicate spatial dispersion, those near +1 suggest spatial clustering, and values close to 0 indicate a random spatial pattern.
The elevation outliers in animation 4 were intentionally selected to show spatial clustering over big cities, but in animation 5 we used a random pattern.
The DBSCAN (Density Based Spatial Clustering of Application with Noise) (Ester, 1996) is the basic clustering algorithm to mine the clusters based on objects density.
Spatial clustering of WNV-positive corvid death ratios overlapped with human WNV incidence clusters and Cx.
To identify any significant spatial clustering of dry or subterranean taps located in the village, the SaTScan 7.0.1 software (http://www.satscan.org/) was used.

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