Bite Size Theory: The New Science of Cities

“… cities must now be looked at as constellations of interactions, communications, relations, flows, and networks, rather than as locations…”

Michael Batty, 2013, The New Science of Cities, MIT Press.

One thought on “Bite Size Theory: The New Science of Cities

  1. As I am sure you are aware, in his 1965 book “Locational Analysis and Human Geography” Peter Haggett identified a system of looking at spatial formations (quantitatively) under the headings: movement, nodes, networks, hierarchies and surfaces…

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