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The relation between the vertical and horizontal spatial dimension can be focused on three scales: detail, local and global or national context, which respectively incorporates individual, integrated group or system of artworks (see Table 2).
It is precisely in this context that the close attention paid to the spatial dimension of literature becomes relevant.
But spatial work has new dimensions, now, given electronic media forms (including all sorts of monitoring and mapping) and, more importantly, consideration of spatial issues "represents a growing shift away from an era when spatial thinking was subordinated to historical thinking, toward one in which the historical and spatial dimensions of whatever subject you are looking at take on equal and interactive significance, without one being privileged over the other.
Relating these topics to different time periods makes it possible to demonstrate the 'temporal construction' of a given 'subject field', although inclusion of the spatial dimension is also important.
A tight coil spacing in the circumferential direction ensures a high repeatability of the spatial dimension measurements.
The first two issues of "Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences" have been released to examine new theoretical and empirical results, models and methods in social sciences that contain a spatial dimension.
Geosimulation is a useful tool to integrate the spatial dimension in models of interactions of different types (economical, political, social, etc.
The universe of our proposal is in fact a multiverse, in which gravity is localized in one universe, and we are living in another universe, separated along a fourth spatial dimension.
SOLAP analysis: Using a SOLAP analysis, we can determine the relationship between a spatial dimension of the environment and the non-spatial dimension of the Shopper agent.
Tarawneh highlights the urgency to tackle the problems of poverty and unemployment in abstract, without considering the spatial dimension in which these problems are differently manifested in terms of cause and effect, thereby creating viable economies in the regions which, based by default on the competitive advantage of each, is viewed as the most effective way to overcome these chronic problems.
Chapter 5 provides a counterbalance to the national scene with an examination of sports and entertainment programming on a local educational station in Auburn, Alabama in the 1920s; Chapter 7 examines the spatial dimension of "automotive radio" (p.

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