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 Background and Objectives
 Chapter 1: Thinking Spatially in the Social Sciences
 Chapter 2: Inferring the Behavior of Households from Remotely Sensed Changes in Land Cover: Current Methods and Future Directions
 Chapter 3: Geo-visualization of Human Activity Patterns Using 3-D GIS: A Time-Geographic Approach
 Chapter 4: Agent-Based Modeling: From Individual Residential Choice to Urban Residential Dynamics
 Chapter 5: Too Much of the Wrong Kind of Data: Implications for the Practice of Micro-Scale Spatial Modeling
 Chapter 6: Identifying Ethnic Neighborhoods with Census Data: Group Concentration and Spatial Clustering
 Chapter 7: Spatial Analyses of Homicide with Areal Data
 Chapter 8: Spatial (Dis)Advantage and Homicide in Chicago Neighborhoods
 Chapter 9: Measuring Spatial Diffusion of Shots Fired Activity Across City Neighborhoods
 Chapter 10: The Spatial Structure of Urban Political Discussion Networks
 Chapter 11: Mapping Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Developing Countries: Spatial Patterns of São Paulo in the 1990s
 Chapter 12: Business Location and Spatial Externalities: Tying Concepts to Measures
 Chapter 13: Updating Spatial Perspectives and Analytical Frameworks in Urban Research
 Chapter 14: Spatial Analysis of Regional Income Inequality
 Chapter 15: Shaping Policy Decisions with Spatial Analysis
 Chapter 16: Geographical Approaches for Reconstructing Past Human Behavior from Prehistoric Roadways
 Chapter 17: Time, Space, and Archaeological Landscapes: Establishing Connections in the First Millennium BC
 Chapter 18: Spatial Perspectives in Public Health
 Chapter 19: The Role of Spatial Analysis in Demographic Research
 Chapter 20: Spatial Interaction Models of International Telecommunication Flows
 Chapter 21: Planning Scenario Visualization and Assessment: A Cellular Automata Based Integrated Spatial Decision Support System
 Charles Booth: Mapping London's Poverty, 1885-1903
 Walter Christaller: Hierarchical Patterns of Urbanization
 Grady Clay: The Reading of the American City, 1973.
 Alice Coleman: Design Disadvantagement, 1985
 Patrick Doreian: Modeling Sociological Processes Using Spatially Distributed Data
 Constantinos Doxiadis: Ekistics, 1968
 Vernor C. Finch: The Fractional Code for Land Use Mapping, 1933.
 Robert W. Fogel: The Argument for Wagons and Canals, 1964.
 Joel Garreau: Edge Cities and the Nine Nations of North America
 Peter Gould and Waldo Tobler: An Experiment in Geo-Coding
 Zvi Griliches: The Diffusion of Hybrid Corn Technology, 1957
 Edward T. Hall: Proxemic Theory, 1966
 Torsten Hägerstrand: Time Geography.
 Mark Jefferson: Civilizing Rails, 1928.
 Florence Kelley: Slums of the Great Cities Survey Maps, 1893
 Hans Kurath: Linguistic Atlas of the United States
 Valdimer Orlando Key: Mapping Southern Politics, 1949
 Colin Loftin and Sally K. Ward: Application of Spatial Autocorrelation in Sociology
 Kevin Lynch: City Elements Create Images in Our Mind, 1960
 Bronislaw Malinowski: Identifying the Kula Ring of the Trobriand Islanders
 Henry Mayhew: London Labour and the London Poor, 1861
 Ian McHarg: Overlay Maps and the Evaluation of Social and Environmental Costs of Land Use Change
 Melinda S. Meade: Medical Geography and Human Ecology, 1977
 Charles Joseph Minard: Mapping Napoleon's March, 1861
 Robert Park and Ernest Burgess, Urban Ecology Studies, 1925
 Pablo Picasso: Cubism - A Revolution of Spatial Presentation in Artistic Expression (with parallels in cartography)
 Claudius Ptolemaeus (Ptolemy): Representation, Understanding, and Mathematical Labeling of the Spherical Earth
 Friedrich Ratzel, Clark Wissler, and Carl Sauer: Culture Area Research and Mapping
 Ernest George Ravenstein: The Laws of Migration, 1885
 Ellen Churchill Semple: The Anglo-Saxons of the Kentucky Mountains, 1901
 Clifford R. Shaw and Henry D. McKay: The Social Disorganization Theory
 Georg Simmel: The Sociology of Space
 G. William Skinner: Marketing in Rural China, 1964-65
 Lou Skoda and J.C. Robertson: The Isodemographic Map of Canada, 1972
 John Snow: The London Cholera Epidemic of 1854
 Alma and Karl Taeuber: Residential Segregation in U.S. Cities, 1965
 Charles M. Tiebout: A Pure Theory of Local Expenditures, 1956
 Edward Tufte: The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, 1983
 Johann-Heinrich von Thünen: Balancing Land-Use Allocation with Transport Cost
 Sam Bass Warner: Modeling the Streetcar Suburbs, 1962
 Alfred Weber: Theory of the Location of Industries, 1909
 Gordon R. Willey: Settlement Patterns in Archaeology
 John Kirtland Wright: Early Quantitative Geography, 1937
 Lotfi Zadeh: Fuzzy logic-Incoporating Real-World Vagueness
 Computer Applications in Urban Planning and Management
 Advanced Topics in Computer Applications: GIS 2
 CSISS Workshops

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