Fractal Dimension Of Landscape Silhouette Outlines As A Predictor Of Landscape Preference

@inproceedings{Cm2004FractalDO,
  title={Fractal Dimension Of Landscape Silhouette Outlines As A Predictor Of Landscape Preference},
  author={Hagerhall Cm and Terry Purcell and R. P. Taylor},
  year={2004}
}
The aim of this study was to explore the suggestion that fractal characteristics may play a role in aesthetic experiences by providing possible empirical evidence for connections between landscape preference and fractal properties. This approach was motivated by the knowledge that many natural forms are fractal and that, in preference research, naturalness has been found an important predictor. For reasons described in the paper, in this study we chose to focus on landscape silhouette outlines… CONTINUE READING
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