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Evolution of the largest cluster size for the percolation on both systems. The size has been normalized by the total number of intersection points present in the dataset.
Evolution of the largest cluster size for the percolation on the intersection points.
Maps of England and Wales: (a) thematic map of income with regional divisions given by NUTS2; (b) at percolation distance threshold d=740 m.
Dendogram of the evolution of some of the largest clusters through the percolation process. The size is measured according to the number of intersection points.
Fractal spectrum of clusters with a minimum size of Smin=600 points obtained from the percolation on the intersection points.
All clusters appearing at the maximum fractal value. (a) For the intersection points at d=180 m; (b) for the network at d=300 m, and black contours for the Corine dataset.
Fractal dimension of the whole urban system. It is computed on the networks obtained at different distance thresholds, using the scaling relationship between mass and diameter given by equation (3.1).
Correlation of the clusters from the network percolation with the boundaries of the Corine dataset.
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