Configurational inequalities

Configurational inequalities refers to the differences in integration values in a set of spaces, which generates a pattern of centres and sub-centres through the operation of the movement economy. See: Movement Economy.


Hillier, B. (1999),Centrality as a process: accounting for attraction inequalities in deformed grids. Urban Design International , 4 (3/4) 107 – 127. pp.126; Hillier, B. (2001) pp. 02.2