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65–82. Openshaw, S. and Turton, I. (1996) ‘A parallel Kohonen algorithm for the classification of large spatial datasets’, Computers and Geosciences, 22, pp. 1019–1026. Openshaw, S. and Turton, I. (1999) An Introduction to High Performance Computing and the Art of Parallel Programming: for Geographers, Social Scientists, and Engineers, London: Routledge. , Wymer, C. and Craft, A. (1987) ‘A mark I geographical analysis machine for the automated analysis of point data sets’, International Journal of GIS, 1, pp.
And Macmillan, B. (1998) Geocomputation: A Primer, Chichester: Wiley. Macmillan, B. A. et al. (eds) Geocomputation: A Primer, Chichester: Wiley, pp. 257–264. Openshaw, S. (1976) ‘A geographical solution to scale and aggregation problems in region building, partitioning and spatial modelling’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, New Series, 2, pp. 459–472. Openshaw, S. (1978) ‘An empirical study of some zone design criteria’, Environment and Planning A, 10, pp. 781–794. Openshaw, S.
53–70. Openshaw, S. (1994d) ‘Two exploratory space-time attribute pattern analysers relevant to GIS’, in Fotheringham, S. and Rogerson, P. (eds), Spatial analysis and GIS, London: Taylor & Francis, pp. 83–104. Openshaw, S. (1994e) ‘A concepts rich approach to spatial analysis, theory generation and scientific discovery in GIS using massively parallel computing’, in Worboys, M. ), Innovations in GIS, London: Taylor & Francis, pp. 123–138. Openshaw, S. (1995a) ‘Human systems modelling as a new grand challenge area in science’, Environment and Planning A, 27, pp.