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1. Introduction.- 1.1. Introduction.- 1.2. A historical note.- 1.3. The premise.- 1.4. Classifying residence location models.- 2. Empiric model applications.- 2.1. Introduction.- 2.2. Prototype development of statistical land-use prediction model for greater Boston region.- 2.3. Final report: development and calibration of the empiric land use forecasting model for 626 traffic zones.- 2.4. Laboratory testing of predictive land use models: some comparisons.- 2.5. Estimation of a growth allocation model for northwest England.- 2.6. The construction of an urban growth model.- 3. The evolution of Lowry derivative models.- 3.1. Introduction.- 3.2. Lowry derivative models.- 3.3. A test of some first generation residential land use models.- 3.4. A model of metropolis.- 3.5. The Lowry model heritage.- 3.6. A time-oriented metropolitan model for spatial location.- 3.7. Projective land use model - plum: theory and application (vol. 2).- 3.8. Jobs, people and land - bass.- 4. Miscellaneous other models.- 4.1. Introduction.- 4.2. Opportunity accessibility model for allocating regional growth.- 4.3. Some input refinements for a residential model.- 4.4. A producer model for residential growth.- 4.5. A model for the distribution of residential activity in urban areas.- 4.6. Linear programming and the projection of land uses.- 5. Summary and prospects.- 5.1. Introduction.- 5.2. The current state of affairs in modeling.- 5.3. Summing up.