Quantitative methods

Quantitative methods and synthesising graphical methods in approximation, projection and modelling of geographical phenomena
2009 – 2011 Project GA AV ČR no. KJB300860901

The project has been aimed at analyses of spatial organisation at various hierarchical levels of regional systems. It has been concerned with delineation of regions and analysis of their internal structure. Spatial interaction modelling has been applied as the main research technique for analyses of both historical and current regional structure.

Selected results
Halás, M., Klapka, P. (2012): Contribution to regional division of Slovakia based on the application of the Reilly’s model. Hungarian geographical bulletin 61 (3), 237 – 255.

Kladivo, P. (2012): Ústí nad Labem jako regionální centrum [Ústí nad Labem as a regional centre].  In: J. Koutský: Ústí nad Labem – město v mlze,  22–37.

Kladivo, P., Šimáček, P. (2011): Vývoj a prostorové rozložení bytového fondu Olomouce [Development and spatial differentiation of housing in Olomouc]. Urbanismus a územní rozvoj 14 (2), 32-38.

Halás, M., Kladivo, P., Šimáček, P., Mintálová, T. (2010): Delimitation of micro-regions in the Czech Republic by nodal relations. Moravian Geographical Reports 18 (2), 16–22.

Klapka, P., Frantál, B., Halás, M., Kunc, J. (2010): Spatial organisation: development, structure and approximation of geographical systems. Moravian Geographical Reports 18 (3), 53 – 65.

Klapka, P., Niedźwiedźová, K. (2010): Geographical organisation of the Nový Jičín region: transformations of its selected aspects during the Industrial Revolution (Czech lands). Moravian Geographical Reports 18 (4), 39 – 55.

Halás, M., Klapka, P. (2009): Grafické modely regiónov [Graphical models of regions]. Acta Geographica Universitatis Comenianae 53, 49 – 57.

Řehák, S., Halás, M., Klapka, P. (2009): Několik poznámek k možnostem aplikace Reillyho modelu [Several notes on the possibilities of the application of the Reilly´s model]. Geographia Moravica 1. UP v Olomouci, Olomouc, 47 – 58.