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Fractal Geometry: An Alternative Approach to Fractal
Sandra L. Arlinghaus and
Daniel A. Griffith
The Diffusion of a
Medical Innovation: Visualization Using Google Earth
Sandra L. Arlinghaus, Thomas C. Crawford, Kim A. Eagle
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- From Waldo Tobler: http://earth.nullschool.net
. "The same was done for the US recently. It has also been
applied to the tracks of gundreds of rental bicycles in London.
This is one of the best cartographic innovations of the century, though
it's mostly the data availability."
- From Robert Austin: How to Hunt
"Mathematicians hunt elephants by going to Africa, throwing out
everything that is not an elephant, and catching one of whatever is
of mathematics prove the existence of at least one elephant and leave
the capture of an actual elephant as an exercise for one of their
"thought you might enjoy Rose-Lynn Fisher's" The Topography of Tears.
From Joseph Kerski: Mathematical Techniques in GIS,
Second Edition, by Peter Dale. 2014. CRC Press
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Mathematics: Theory and
Practice Through Mapping. Sandra L.
Arlinghaus and Joseph Kerski, (2013), CRC
Published July 2013,
work above is the first volume in a
series of books to be published by CRC Press in its series
"Cartography, GIS, and Spatial
Science: Theory and
Practice." If you have an idea for a book to include, or
wish to participate in some other way, please
contact the series Editor, Sandra L. Arlinghaus.
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