Urban Areas - These places have been the subject of much of the research behind this book's socio-economic behavior modeling.
Countries of the World - These are places where behavior models are used to establish socio-economic patterns.
Economics - This science focuses on the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services and how these processes affect man.
Social Sciences - This area of study provides models that are used in developing models of production and consumption of goods.
Propositions - These ideas are well-defined descriptions upon which behavior models are based.
Thermostat - This device regulates heating/cooling systems.
Free Market - This entity is one in which regulation does not interfere with buyers and sellers.
Semi-Closed System - This entity gains or loses elements that are being tracked--but in a limited or manageable amount that can easily be counted.
Spatial Distribution - This concept stands...
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