COMPUTER VISUALIZATIONS IN PLANNING Computer Techniques for Visualization of Development Scenarios for Historically Important Landscapes and Urban Spaces: The Case of Nablus R. HASSAN AND K. JORGENSEN Department of Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning

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A wide range of visualizations have been developed and implemented as tools for urban simulations and visual impact assessment. These include: plans, diagrams, elevations, perspective sketches, renderings, modified photographs (photo renderings and photomontages), slide projections, scale models, movies, videotapes and computer graphics. In the last decade… (More)

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