Visual methods for showing cinema circuits at varying temporal and spatial scales

Arrowsmith, C and Verhoeven, D 2011, 'Visual methods for showing cinema circuits at varying temporal and spatial scales', in Colin Arrowsmith, Chris Bellman, William Cartwright, Simon Jones and Mark Shortis (ed.) Proceedings of the Geospatial Science Research Symposium, Melbourne, Australia, 12-14 December 2011, pp. 1-15.


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Title Visual methods for showing cinema circuits at varying temporal and spatial scales
Author(s) Arrowsmith, C
Verhoeven, D
Year 2011
Conference name Geospatial Science Research Symposium
Conference location Melbourne, Australia
Conference dates 12-14 December 2011
Proceedings title Proceedings of the Geospatial Science Research Symposium
Editor(s) Colin Arrowsmith, Chris Bellman, William Cartwright, Simon Jones and Mark Shortis
Publisher RMIT University
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Start page 1
End page 15
Total pages 15
Abstract In an analysis of Greek cinema circuits in Australia for 1956-63, Markov Chains were used to identify statistically significant patterns. However, these movements have proven difficult to visualise, particularly given the variation in temporal and spatial scale, at which these movements occur.
Subjects Geospatial Information Systems
Keyword(s) Geovisualisation
Greek cinema
Markov Chains
GIS
Copyright notice © 2011 The Authors
ISBN 9780987252708
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