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    AMMARI, F., OGAWA, K. and MIYAGI, T.

    Spatial Interaction Model in Health-Care Facility Location-Allocation

    2000 - INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING REVIEW

    In-text: (AMMARI, OGAWA and MIYAGI, 2000)

    Your Bibliography: AMMARI, F., OGAWA, K. and MIYAGI, T., 2000. Spatial Interaction Model in Health-Care Facility Location-Allocation. INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING REVIEW, 17, pp.219-228.

  • Journal

    Child, R. and Goulding, A.

    Public libraries in the recession: the librarian's axiom

    2012 - Library Review

    In-text: (Child and Goulding, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Child, R. and Goulding, A., 2012. Public libraries in the recession: the librarian's axiom. Library Review, 61(8/9), pp.641-663.

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    Comber, A., Brunsdon, C., Hardy, J. and Radburn, R.

    Using a GIS—Based Network Analysis and Optimisation Routines to Evaluate Service Provision: A Case Study of the UK Post Office

    2008 - Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy

    In-text: (Comber, Brunsdon, Hardy and Radburn, 2008)

    Your Bibliography: Comber, A., Brunsdon, C., Hardy, J. and Radburn, R., 2008. Using a GIS—Based Network Analysis and Optimisation Routines to Evaluate Service Provision: A Case Study of the UK Post Office. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, 2(1), pp.47-64.

  • Journal

    Harvey, M. E., Hung, M. and Brown, J. R.

    The Application of a p-Median Algorithm to the Identification of Nodal Hierarchies and Growth Centers

    1974 - Economic Geography

    In-text: (Harvey, Hung and Brown, 1974)

    Your Bibliography: Harvey, M., Hung, M. and Brown, J., 1974. The Application of a p-Median Algorithm to the Identification of Nodal Hierarchies and Growth Centers. Economic Geography, 50(3), p.187.

  • Journal

    Higgs, G. and White, S.

    Changes in service provision in rural areas. Part 1: The use of GIS in analysing accessibility to services in rural deprivation research

    1997 - Journal of Rural Studies

    In-text: (Higgs and White, 1997)

    Your Bibliography: Higgs, G. and White, S., 1997. Changes in service provision in rural areas. Part 1: The use of GIS in analysing accessibility to services in rural deprivation research. Journal of Rural Studies, 13(4), pp.441-450.

  • Journal

    Lee, S. M. and Sharp Franz, L.

    Optimising the Location‐Allocation Problem with Multiple Objectives

    1979 - International Journal of Physical Distribution & Materials Management

    In-text: (Lee and Sharp Franz, 1979)

    Your Bibliography: Lee, S. and Sharp Franz, L., 1979. Optimising the Location‐Allocation Problem with Multiple Objectives. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Materials Management, 9(6), pp.245-255.

  • Journal

    Park, S. J.

    Measuring public library accessibility: A case study using GIS

    2012 - Library & Information Science Research

    In-text: (Park, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Park, S., 2012. Measuring public library accessibility: A case study using GIS. Library & Information Science Research, 34(1), pp.13-21.

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    Rahman, S. and Smith, D. K.

    Use of location-allocation models in health service development planning in developing nations

    2000 - European Journal of Operational Research

    In-text: (Rahman and Smith, 2000)

    Your Bibliography: Rahman, S. and Smith, D., 2000. Use of location-allocation models in health service development planning in developing nations. European Journal of Operational Research, 123(3), pp.437-452.

  • Journal

    ReVelle, C. S. and Swain, R. W.

    Central Facilities Location

    1970 - Geographical Analysis

    In-text: (ReVelle and Swain, 1970)

    Your Bibliography: ReVelle, C. and Swain, R., 1970. Central Facilities Location. Geographical Analysis, 2(1), pp.30-42.

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    Sasaki, S., Comber, A. J., Suzuki, H. and Brunsdon, C.

    Using genetic algorithms to optimise current and future health planning - the example of ambulance locations

    2010 - International Journal of Health Geographics

    In-text: (Sasaki, Comber, Suzuki and Brunsdon, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Sasaki, S., Comber, A., Suzuki, H. and Brunsdon, C., 2010. Using genetic algorithms to optimise current and future health planning - the example of ambulance locations. International Journal of Health Geographics, 9(1), p.4.

  • Journal

    Tien, J. M. and El-Tell, K.

    A quasihierarchical location-allocation model for primary health care planning

    1984 - IEEE Trans. Syst., Man, Cybern.

    In-text: (Tien and El-Tell, 1984)

    Your Bibliography: Tien, J. and El-Tell, K., 1984. A quasihierarchical location-allocation model for primary health care planning. IEEE Trans. Syst., Man, Cybern., SMC-14(3), pp.373-380.

  • Journal

    White, S., Guy, C. and Higgs, G.

    Changes in service provision in rural areas. Part 2: Changes in post office provision in mid Wales: A GIS-based evaluation

    1997 - Journal of Rural Studies

    In-text: (White, Guy and Higgs, 1997)

    Your Bibliography: White, S., Guy, C. and Higgs, G., 1997. Changes in service provision in rural areas. Part 2: Changes in post office provision in mid Wales: A GIS-based evaluation. Journal of Rural Studies, 13(4), pp.451-465.

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