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Arcaute, E; Lasenby, A; Doran, C; (2006) A representation of twistors within geometric (Clifford) algebra.

Arcaute, E; Lasenby, A; Doran, C; (2006) Events and cosmological spaces through twistors in the geometric (Clifford) algebra formalism.

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Batty, M; Hudson-Smith, A; (2006) Digital cornucopias: changing conceptions of the virtual city. ENVIRON PLANN B , 33 (6) 799 - 802. 10.1068/b3306ed.

Batty, M; (2006) Agent-based technologies and GIS: Simulating crowding, panic, and disaster management. In: UNSPECIFIED (81 - 101).

Batty, M; (2006) Editorial: Public Sector Information: Chains of Added Value. Environment and Planning B , 33 (2) 163 - 164. 10.1068/b3302ed.

Batty, M; (2006) Icons of the early 21st century: 2: security and surveillance. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING B-PLANNING & DESIGN , 33 (1) 1 - 2. 10.1068/b3301ed.

Batty, M; (2006) Preface F. Wang. GIS and Spatial Analysis

Batty, M; (2006) Rank clocks. Nature , 444 (7119) 592 - 596. 10.1038/nature05302.

Batty, M; (2006) The geography of the Internet industry: Venture capital, dot-coms, and local knowledge. ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY , 82 (4) 447 - 448.

Batty, M; (2006) Preface: "Geomatics in Urban and Regional Planning - Challenges and Perspectives". In: Almeida, CM and Camara, G and Monteiro, AMV, (eds.) Geoinformacao em Urbanismo: Cidade Real x Cidade Virtual. (5 - 7). Oficina de Textos: Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Batty, M; (2006) Information Technology. In: Douglas, I and Huggett, R and Perkins, C, (eds.) Companion Encyclopedia of Geography. (245 - 264). Routledge

Batty, M; (2006) Virtual London. In: Heywood, I and Cornelius, S and Carver, S, (eds.) An Introduction to Geographical Information Systems. (269 - 271). Prentice Hall

Batty, M; (2006) Hierarchy in Cities and City Systems. In: Pumain, D, (ed.) Hierarchy in the Natural and Social Sciences. (143 - 168.). Springer: Berlin.

Batty, M; (2006) Innovations in Virtual Cities: New Software, New Data, New Media. In: Ruiz, PS, (ed.) (Proceedings) NuPolis2006. : Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile.

Batty, M; (2006) Visualizing the City. In: Ruiz, PS, (ed.) (Proceedings) SiGraDi2006: Proceedings of the X Congresso Iberoamericano de Grafica Digital. (pp. 23 - 26). : Universidad de Chile.

Batty, M; (2006) Foreword. In: Wang, F, (ed.) Quantitative Methods And Applications in Gis. (? - ?). CRC Press

Batty, M; Barros, J; Júnior, SA; (2006) Cities: Continuity, transformation and emergence. Green open access
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Batty, M; Barros, J; S, A; (2006) Cities: Continuity, Transformation and Emergence. In: Garnsey, E and McGlade, JA, (eds.) Complexity and Co-evolution: Continuity and Change in Socio-economic Systems. (61 - 76). Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd

Batty, M; Steadman, P; Xie, Y; (2006) Visualization in spatial modeling. Green open access
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Batty, M; Steadman, P; Xie, Y; (2006) Visualization in Spatial Modeling. In: Portugali, J, (ed.) Complex Artificial Environments: Simulation, Cognition and VR in the Study and Planning of. (49 - 70). Springer

Batty, S; (2006) Paradoxes of Sustainable Development: Property and Participation. Property Management , 24 (4) 207 - 216. 10.1108/02637470610660110.

Batty, S; (2006) Planning for Sustainable Development in Britain: A Pragmatic Approach. Town Planning Review , 77 (1) 29 - 40.

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Carvalho, R; Batty, M; (2006) The geography of scientific productivity: scaling in US computer science. JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL MECHANICS-THEORY AND EXPERIMENT , Article ARTN P10012. 10.1088/1742-5468/2006/10/P10012.

Castle, C.J.E.; (2006) Developing a prototype agent-based pedestrian evacuation model to explore the evacuation of King’s Cross St Pancras underground station. (CASA Working Papers 108). Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL): London, UK. Green open access
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Castle, CJE; Crooks, AT; (2006) Principles and Concepts of Agent-Based Modelling for Developing Geospatial Simulations. (CASA Working Papers ). Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL), UCL (University College London), Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL): London, UK. Green open access
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Castle, CJE; Crooks, AT; (2006) From Pedestrians to Cities: Exploring Urban Systems through Agent-Based Modelling. In: Jost, J and Reed-Tsochas, F and Schuster, P, (eds.) (Proceedings) Complexity and Dynamics: Volatility and Stability in City and Regional Systems Workshop at the European Conference on Complex Systems: Towards a Science of Complex Systems. : Oxford, UK.

Castle, CJE; Crooks, AT; Longley, PA; (2006) Agent-Based Modelling and Simulation using Repast: A Gallery of GIS Applications from CASA. In: Priestnall, G and Aplin, P, (eds.) (Proceedings) Proceedings of the 14th Geographical Information Systems Research UK Conference - April 5-7th 2005, The University of Nottingham. (pp. 237 - 239).

Crooks, AT; (2006) Experimenting with cities, integrating agent-based models and GIS: Applied to segregation. In: (Proceedings) 36th Annual Conference of the Regional Science Association International. British and Irish Section, 16th – 18th August. : Jersey, Channel Islands.

Crooks, AT; (2006) Exploring Cities Using Agent Based Models and GIS. In: (Proceedings) Proceedings of the Agent 2006 Conference on Social Agents: Results and Prospects. : University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago, IL, USA.

Crooks, AT; (2006) Exploring Cities Using Agent-Based Models and GIS. (CASA Working Papers ). Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL), UCL (University College London), Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL): London, UK. Green open access
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Crooks, AT; (2006) Integration of Agent-Based Simulation and GIS: Applied to Segregation. In: (Proceedings) Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) Annual International Conference 30th August 1st September. : London, England.

Crooks, AT; (2006) Experimenting with Cities Using Agent Based Models. In: Priestnall, G and Aplin, P, (eds.) (Proceedings) Proceedings of the 14th Geographical Information Systems Research UK Conference. (pp. 240 - 243). : The University of Nottingham, England.

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Evans, S; Hudson-Smith, A; Batty, M; (2006) 3-D GIS; Virtual London and beyond: An exploration of the 3-D GIS experience involved in the creation of Virtual London. CyberGeo , 2006 1 - 20. Gold open access

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Helbing, D; Johansson, A; Mathiesen, J; Jensen, MH; Hansen, A; (2006) Analytical approach to continuous and intermittent bottleneck flows. PHYS REV LETT , 97 (16) , Article 168001. 10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.168001. Green and gold open access
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Longley, PA; Ashdy, DI; Webber, R; Li, C; (2006) Geodemographic classifications, the digital divide and understanding customer take-up of new technologies. BT Technology Journal , 24 67 - 74.

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Masucci, AP; Rodgers, GJ; (2006) Network properties of written human language. PHYS REV E , 74 (2) , Article 026102. 10.1103/PhysRevE.74.026102.

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Peters, K; Johansson, A; Dussutour, A; Helbing, D; (2006) Analytical and numerical investigation of ant behavior under crowded conditions. ADV COMPLEX SYST , 9 (4) 337 - 352.

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Schinazi, VR; (2006) Beyond statistical testing: individual differences and the contentand accuracy of mental representations of space. (CASA Working Papers ). Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL), UCL (University College London), Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL): London, UK. Green open access
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Simao, A.; (2006) WePWEP: web-based participatory wind energy planning [1]. Background information on wind energy and wind farm siting. (CASA Working Papers 105). Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL): London, UK. Green open access
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Simao, A.; (2006) WePWEP: Web-based participatory wind energy planning [2]. Wind energy developments in the county of norfolk. (CASA Working Papers 106). Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL): London, UK. Green open access
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Slingsby, A; Longley, PA; (2006) A Conceptual Framework for Describing Microscale Pedestrian Access in the Built Environment. In: (Proceedings) GISRUK06. : University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK.

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Wilson, AG; (2006) Ecological and urban systems models: some explorations of similarities in the context of complexity theory. ENVIRON PLANN A , 38 (4) 633 - 646. 10.1068/a37102.

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