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Information, place, and cyberspace : issues in accessibility

Author: Donald G Janelle; David C Hodge; National Center for Geographic Information & Analysis (U.S.)
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2000.
Series: Advances in spatial science.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Explores how new communication and information technologies combine with transportation to modify human spatial and temporal relationships in everyday life. This book targets the need to  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Donald G Janelle; David C Hodge; National Center for Geographic Information & Analysis (U.S.)
ISBN: 3540674926 9783540674924 3642086926 9783642086922
OCLC Number: 48013756
Notes: Proceedings based on a conference held Nov. 1998 at the Asilomar Conference Center in Pacific Grove, Calif. on "Measuring and Representing Accessibility in the Information Age," sponsored by the National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis.
Description: xi, 381 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Michael F. Goodchild and Eric Sheppard --
1. Information, place, cyberspace, and accessibility / Donald G. Janelle and David C. Hodge --
pt. I. Conceptualization and measurement: 2. Conceptualizing and measuring accessibility within physical and virtual spaces / Helen Couclelis and Arthur Getis. 3. Evaluating intra-metropolitan accessibility in the information age: operational issues, objectives, and implementation / Lauren M. Scott. 4. Transportation, telecommunications, and the changing geography of opportunity / Qing Shen. 5. Space, time and sequencing: substitution at the physical/virtual interface / Pip Forer and Otto Huisman. 6. The fuzzy logic of accessibility / Eric J. Heikkila. 7. The E-merging geography of the information society: from accessibility to adaptability / Daniel Z. Sui --
pt. II. Visualization and representation: 8. Representing and visualizing physical, virtual and hybrid information spaces / Michael Batty and Harvey J. Miller. 9. Who's up? Global interpersonal temporal accessibility / Andrew Harvey and Paul A. Macnab. 10. The role of the real city in cyberspace: understanding regional variations in Internet accessibility / Mitchell L. Moss and Anthony M. Townsend. 11. Accessibility to information within the Internet: how can it be measured and mapped? / Martin Dodge. 12. Towards spatial interaction models of information flows / Shane Murnion. 13. Application of a CAD-based accessibility model / Paul C. Adams. 14. Human extensibility and individual hybrid-accessibility in space-time: a multi-scale representation using GIS / Mei-Po Kwan --
pt. III. Societal issues: 15. Accessibility and societal issues in the information age / Mark I. Wilson. 16. Reconceptualizing accessibility / Susan Hanson. 17. Revisiting the concept of accessibility: some comments and research questions / Sylvie Occelli. 18. Legal access to geographic information: measuring losses or developing responses? / Harlan J. Onsrud. 19. Qualitative GIS: to mediate, not dominate / Robert Mugerauer --
pt. IV. Conclusion: From sustainable transportation to sustainable accessibility: can we avoid a new Tragedy of the commons? / Helen Couclelis.
Series Title: Advances in spatial science.
Responsibility: Donald G. Janelle, David C. Hodge (eds.).
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