Geographical and temporal weighted regression (GTWR)

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Fotheringham, A. Stewart; Crespo, Ricardo; Yao, Jing;
(2015)
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc.

Both space and time are fundamental in human activities as well as in various physical processes. Spatiotemporal analysis and modeling has long been a major concern of geographical information science (GIScience), environmental science, hydrology, epidemiology, and othe... View more
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