It is postulated that spatial interaction models, interpreted in a broad sense from a logistic perspective, may offer a general framework for many phenomena (static and dynamic) in interconnected spatial systems. They appear to be compatible with social physics and chaos principles. Investigations have been carried out in the form of simulation experiments.
Areas studied have included:
static and dynamic spatial interaction models, an integrating perspective;
nonlinear evolution of dynamic spatial system, lessons from chaos and niche theory;
space time dynamics, spatial competition and the theory of chaos;
network competition and ecologically based models.