Volume 20, Number 1, January 2006
Volume 20, Number 2, February 2006
Ian N. Gregory
, Paul S. Ell
: Error-sensitive historical GIS: Identifying areal interpolation errors in time-series data.
, H. Liu
: An efficient method for identifying and filling surface depressions in digital elevation models for hydrologic analysis and modelling.
, C. Mills
: Application of GIS to investigate the use of space in coral reef fish: a comparison of territorial behaviour in two Red Sea butterflyfishes.
Volume 20, Number 3, March 2006
Volume 20, Number 4, April 2006
, Stefano Tarantola
: GLOBAL sensitivity analysis, GIS and multi-criteria evaluation for a sustainable planning of a hazardous waste disposal site in Spain.
Volume 20, Number 5, May 2006
Volume 20, Number 6, July 2006
: A complete classification of topological relations using the 9-intersection method.
: Methods for detecting apparent differences between spatial tessellations at different time points.
, Xiao Wang
: Population landscape: a geometric approach to studying spatial patterns of the US urban hierarchy.
John B. Lindsay
: Sensitivity of channel mapping techniques to uncertainty in digital elevation data.
: Transiogram: A spatial relationship measure for categorical data.
Book review. 701-702
Volume 20, Number 7, August 2006
: GIS-based multicriteria decision analysis: a survey of the literature.
, A. Curtis
: A first step towards a framework for presenting the location of confidential point data on maps - results of an empirical perceptual study.
Volume 20, Number 8, September 2006
, Wenzhong Shi
: Computing the fuzzy topological relations of spatial objects based on induced fuzzy topology.
, Paul J. Curran
: Relationship between herbicide concentration during the 1960s and 1970s and the contemporary MERIS Terrestrial Chlorophyll Index (MTCI) for southern Vietnam.
Volume 20, Number 9, October 2006
Spatial agent-based modelling
Steven M. Manson
: Bounded rationality in agent-based models: experiments with evolutionary programs.
D. A. Bennett
, W. Tang
: Modelling adaptive, spatially aware, and mobile agents: Elk migration in Yellowstone.
Volume 20, Number 10, November 2006