Spatial Interaction of Socio-Geographical Objects: New Approaches and Methods of Investigation

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Konstantin Niemets
Katerina Segida
Taras Pogrebskyi
Yevgenia Telebeneva

Abstract

This article describes a new methodological approach of modeling the field parameters of socio-geographical objects by cumulative influence. This method involves determining the radius of the zone of influence of each object and determines the influence function, which interpreted as the opportunity to meet certain social needs. Integral function of the impact is determined by adding the influence functions of interacting objects and displayed on the background component, which depends only on the location of objects on the territory, and the attribute reflecting their interaction depending on the value of the parameter. The method makes it possible to explore a variety of structural sections of the field by changing the base radius of influence.

Keywords:
Socio-geographical object, interaction, zone of influence, the radius of influence, the influence function, integral function of influence, background component, attribute component, spatial optimization, anomaly

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Niemets, K., Segida, K., Pogrebskyi, T., & Telebeneva, Y. (2018). Spatial Interaction of Socio-Geographical Objects: New Approaches and Methods of Investigation. Journal of Geography, Environment and Earth Science International, 17(4), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.9734/JGEESI/2018/15942
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Short Research Article