Spatial Synthesis:  An eBook Series

Sandra Lach Arlinghaus and William Charles Arlinghaus

Volume I:  Centrality and Hierarchy
Book 1:  Regular Lattices, Geometry, and Number Theory

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Introduction
Chapter 1.  Classical Central Place Hierarchies:  A Real World View
Chapter 2.  Fractal Generation of the Classical Hexagonal Hierarchies
Chapter 3.  Number Theory Background
Chapter 4.  Geometric Representations for Arbitrary Hierarchies
Chapter 5.  Binary Quadratic Forms and the Loschian Diophantine Equation
Chapter 6.  Back to the Real World:  Eratosthenes in Ann Arbor
Bibliography
Appendices
I-Maps
Mapplets
Virtual Reality
Solstice, 2004
Solstice, 2005

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About the Authors
Acknowledgments
Dedication
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Possible Future Volumes
Proposed topics for future volumes of Spatial Synthesis, as invited in
Solstice:  An Electronic Journal of Geography and Mathematics,
Volume XIII, Number 2, Winter 2002
(http://www.InstituteOfMathematicalGeography.org ).
Volume I;  Centrality and Hierarchy (Books 2, 3,)
Volume II:  Distance and Geodesic
Volume III:  Adjacency and Connection
Volume IV:  Minimax, Absolute/relative, and Density
Volume V:  Scale, Orientation, and Dimension
Volume VI:  Partition, Separation, and Diffusion
Volume VII:  Transformation and Symmetry
Institute of Mathematical Geography.  Copyright, 2005, held by authors.
Spatial Synthesis:  Centrality and Hierarchy, Volume I, Book 1.
Sandra Lach Arlinghaus and William Charles Arlinghaus