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by Torsten Hagerstrand,Torsten Hägerstrand,Allan Pred,Greta Haag

  • ISBN: 0226312615
  • Category: Earth Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Torsten Hagerstrand,Torsten Hägerstrand,Allan Pred,Greta Haag
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Chicago Press; First Edition edition (June 1967)
  • Pages: 350
  • ePub book: 1394 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1106 kb
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Hägerstrand, Torsten.

Hägerstrand, Torsten. Diffusion of innovations - Sweden, Sweden - Social conditions. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.

Torsten Hägerstrand, Allan Pred. Mary Jean Bowman, "Innovation Diffusion as a Spatial Process. Torsten Hägerstrand, Allan Pred," Economic Development and Cultural Change 18, no. 1, Part 1 (Oc. 1969): 148-149.

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Additional resources for Innovation Diffusion as a Spatial Process. Nicolson of the Royal Horse Artillery, who arrived in Cologne on 16 January 1919, was required to find billets for the men and accommodation, if possible under cover, for the horses. Meanwhile, Dr von Simons and Chancellor Fehrenbach left Aixla-Chapelle the same evening and returned to Berlin without crossing into the French zone. The French zone (1918–22) In Tirard’s book,19 which was written immediately after the evacuation of the Allied armies from the Rhineland in 1930, he described French aspirations following the cessation of hostilities in 1918. What did France demand?

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Hagerstrand traces the diffusion process by imitating it with numbers. Hägerstrand, Torsten. Translated by Allan Pred. University of Chicago Press, 1967. Such imitation, leading to prediction or forecasting of the pattern of diffusion, is called a simulation of diffusion. The figure on the left shows the spatial distribution of the number of individuals accepting a particular innovation after one year of observation (Hägerstrand, p. 380).