This week our paper (with Stephen Marshall [UCL], Jorge Gil [Chalmers], Karl Kropf [Oxford Brookes University] and Lucas Figueiredo [UFPB), Brazil]): “Street network studies: from networks to models and their representations.” appeared as Open Access in Networks and Spatial Economics.
This is our contribution to the debate on modeling street networks, trying to disentangle issues of modeling, representation, and analysis. It should also be a useful paper for all considering aspects of reproducibility of street analysis research. What nice outcome from a few fantastic workshops, in particular, the Urban Networks workshop in Ghent!
(cite as: Marshall, S., Gil, J., Kropf, K., Tomko, M. and Figueiredo, L. (2018). “Street network studies: from networks to models and their representations.” Networks and Spatial Economics: 15. link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11067-018-9427-9 )