Re: [DebianGIS] Weighted Thiessen Polygons (XTENT Model)
I'm Geographer but I'm working in Archaeology in Greece. I'll ask Benjamin
Ducke if he could supply any tool for GRASS. If I find any grass module for
Xtent model then I would be happy to contribute in Quantitative Archaeology
Wiki or GRASS wiki. Thank you again for your suggestion.
Stefano Costa wrote:
> Il giorno lun, 19/05/2008 alle 09.52 -0700, leonidas300 ha scritto:
>> I need to generate Weighted Thiessen Polygons (XTENT model in
>> Is there any way to implement that in GRASS?
>> a method of generating settlement hierarchy, that ovecomes the
>> limitations of both central place theory and Thiessen polygons. It
>> territories to centers based on their scale, assuming that the size of
>> center is directly proportional to its area of influence. Hypothetical
>> political maps may thus be constructed from survey data.
> Hi Leonidas,
> good to have another archaeologist here. I think you should look for
> some work done by Benjamin Ducke in the past few years. I'm quite sure
> he built an XTENT modeling procedure for GRASS, that he presented at CAA
> 2007 in Berlin.
> Should you find what you need, may I ask you to add a brief summary on
> the "Quantitative Archaeology Wiki" at http://wiki.iosa.it/ under the
> "Spatial Analysis" section? It would be of great help to have such
> documentation collected and easily retrievable for other researchers.
> Best regards,
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