Dan Kinh and his colleagues at the University of Delaware say they have developed a new way to design states based on the geographic distribution of people in the United States.
The idea is to design a new nation by drawing upon the existing geography of the United Nations and other nations to create new and more efficient states.
Kinh, who holds a Ph.
D. in geography and applied physics, said his group has been working on this idea for more than five years.
“Our first proposal was a state called the New Jersey state,” Kinh said.
“We had to make it even more compact because it’s just the United Kingdom.
That state is the size of South Africa and so we wanted to create a state that was just a little bit bigger, and that was the first proposal that was presented.”
Kinh and colleagues used data on people’s location and occupation, the size and geographic distribution for each state, and their overall population density to create three models of the states.
In each, the researchers used the information to create an interactive map of the country, which they used to create two different designs.
They then compared the maps and found that each design was more efficient and was more attractive to people than the other two.
The first design is the United Nation’s State of the Nation, which is designed to be compact and relatively compact.
The second design is called the United State of New Jersey, and it’s a state designed to look more like the United Republic of Nations, which Kinh calls the “commonwealth” of the world.
The researchers were able to determine that the two designs were nearly equally efficient.
Kinah said the team also found that they could use the information in each state’s geography to create the new state of New York.
A map of New Yorkers living in Brooklyn, New York, created by the team.
For the third design, Kinh’s group looked at the people living in the states in a larger population density.
Kinhy said that was particularly interesting because there are two states in the U.S. that are bigger and more densely populated than New York City.
According to Kinh the three designs can be used to build up states like New Jersey or Rhode Island, which can then be used for a new form of government.
To understand how these three designs would work, Kinhy and his co-authors looked at data on the population density in each of the three states, the number of people per capita, the state’s gross domestic product per capita and the number and percentage of its residents living below the poverty line.
They also looked at how people lived in each one of the four counties of the state.
One county, for example, was defined by the population of the entire state, which means that if a person lived in New York they would be in the same county as a person in the state they live in.
Another county was defined based on how densely populated it was, so a person who lived in Brooklyn would be living in Queens County.
Finally, they looked at a county’s median income, which includes a person’s annual household income, and how much money a person makes.
If a person made more than the median income of their county, they would have the right to vote in the county elections.
This means that people in New Jersey would have to live in New England to be able to vote, while a person living in Rhode Island would be able vote in New Hampshire.
While the new states are the most efficient of the designs, they still have some drawbacks, Kinhe said.
There are still areas of New England that are too small to be economically viable.
There are still counties that are small enough to be viable.
And there are still places that aren’t even close to being able to grow enough to support a viable government.
Kinhe said his team is still working on how to optimize each design for the states they’re designing for.
He said they are planning to release the results of their first design this summer, but added that the designs could be scaled to make them even more efficient.
“This is a very exciting project,” he said.