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The concept of an isovist has had a long history in both architecture and geography, as well as mathematics. Tandy (1967) appears to have been the originator of the termìsovist'. He presents isovists as a method of``taking away from the [architectural or landscape] site a permanent record of what would otherwise be dependent on either memory or upon an(More)
Axial analysis is one of the fundamental components of space syntax. The space syntax community has suggested that it picks up qualities of configurational relationships between spaces not illuminated by other representations. However, critics have questioned the absolute necessity of axial lines to space syntax, as well as the exact definition of axial(More)
We present data on the use of the Hybrid Capture 2 (HC2) test for the detection of high-risk human papillomavirus (HR HPV) with different thresholds for positivity within a primary screening setting and as a method of triage for low-grade cytology. In the ARTISTIC population-based trial, 18,386 women were screened by cytology and for HPV. Cervical(More)
In the literature on cognitive psychology, the issues raised by Gibson's ecological theory of perception (Gibson, 1979) have been examined and taken on board. Gibson's theory was formulated primarily in order to overturn theories laden with subjective and objective knowledge, and to replace them with a model in which the agent and its environment are(More)
A reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatographic (HPLC) method, with internal standard quantification, is described for the analysis of itraconazole in human serum. No interference was encountered from over 60 drugs tested. The standard curve was linear from 10 to 10,000 micrograms/l. The detection limit of the method was 10 micrograms/l, with(More)