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X and the City by John A. Adam

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ANNOTATED REFERENCES AND NOTES

NOTES

[1] Batty, M. and Longley, P. (1994). Fractal Cities. Academic Press, San Diego, CA.

[2] Polya, G. (1954). Mathematics and Plausible Reasoning. I. Induction and Analogy in Mathematics. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.

[3] Hern, W.M. (2008). “Urban malignancy: similarity in the fractal dimensions of urban morphology and malignant neoplasms.” International Journal of Anthropology 23, 1–19.

[4] See Adam (2006) for a slightly different version of the Princess Dido story.

[5] Barshinger, R. (1992). “How not to land at Lake Tahoe!” American Mathematical Monthly 99, 453–455.

[6] Taxi rides, squirrels, and light bulbs: I am grateful to my friend, colleague, and co-author Larry Weinstein, an NYC boy, for ...

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