A location-allocation model of classical central place theory for uniform and non-uniform networks
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This dissertation presents a location-allocation model of classical (Losch and Christaller) central place theory which is applied to uniform and non-uniform networks. A mixed-integer programming model is developed that incorporates the concepts of range, threshold, distance-elastic demand, and hierarchical nesting.
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