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Testing a Geospatial Predictive Policing Strategy: Application of ArcGIS 3D Analyst Tools for Forecasting Commission of Residential Burglaries
Classical placed-based crime prevention theories suggest existence of a relationship between certain characteristics of spatial design and configuration and crime occurrence. This study explored the relationship between ...
A GIS-BASED PEDESTRIAN NETWORK MODEL FOR ASSESSMENT OF SPATIAL ACCESSIBILITY EQUITY AND IMPROVEMENT PRIORITIZATION AND ITS APPLICATION TO THE SPOKANE PUBLIC TRANSIT BENEFIT AREA
Access to critical social services is crucial for the welfare and well-being of citizens and is widely considered as a vital goal in the practice of transport and urban planning. Considering that some mobility-disadvantaged ...
EVALUATING THE INVITATION QUALITY OF ASSISTED LIVING NEIGHBORHOODS IN CORE URBAN AND SUBURBAN FORMS
According to some prevailing trends, such as a fast-growing population of older adults, a change in the American family structure, a growing population of older adults moving to assisted living facilities (ALFs), and an ...
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