Thomas Leduc

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(2011). Measuring surrounding space to assess the pedestrian visual aperture angle in the urban fabric: towards a kurtosis based isovist indicator. Abstract. Partial isovists fields are useful methods to analyze the urban morphology taking into account the visual perception of the pedestrian. However, as previous studies involve a constant visual aperture(More)
To develop and manage urban territories and to analyze urbanisation impact on environment, an accurate knowledge of the city and its urban fabric is necessary. A physical description like building morphology or land cover/use allows some characterization of the urban terrain. A specific package for a GIS software is developed for urban analysis: UrbSAT(More)
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