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Street Network Studies: from Networks to Models and their Representations

Jorge Gil has published with Stephen Marshall, Karl Kropf, Martin Tomko, and Lucas Figueiredo, a new article in Networks and Spatial Economics, written in response to the increasing attention given to street networks by scholars and researchers across a range of disciplines. This position paper highlights the plurality of ways that street networks can be modelled and represented, each lending itself to different analyses and supporting insights into diverse aspects of the urban system.

One aim of the paper is to draw attention to street network studies as a domain of investigation where a range of different approaches meet, as well as to suggest areas for further investigation.


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