SONIC - System of Network Incremental Connections

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1960-2004

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Minneapolis, MN CBD

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SONIC - System of Network Incremental Connections

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2016-07-13

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Levinson, David M
dlevinson@umn.edu

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Abstract

The software contains a network-growth simulation model. The logic is based on the strongest-link assumption (ie for a link to be constructed, it must be ranked the highest in terms of increasing accessibility between the two blocks it connects).

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This is an applet that runs in Java, and the code and data files are included in a single zipped folder. To run the package, import the files as a project into Eclipse or another java platform. Run the main class, sonic.java, as an applet.

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Corbett, Michael, Feng Xie, and David Levinson (2009) Evolution of the Second-Story City: The Minneapolis Skyway System. Environment and Planning b 36(4) 711-724
http://dx.doi.org/10.1068/b34066
http://hdl.handle.net/11299/179993

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Xie, Feng; Levinson, David M. (2016). SONIC - System of Network Incremental Connections. Retrieved from the Data Repository for the University of Minnesota (DRUM), http://doi.org/10.13020/D6ZW2T.
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SONIC.zipA zip file of the source code5.46 MB
Readme_SONIC.txtText file describing the scripts and other files included in this dataset5.56 KB

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