Identifying Spatial Structure of Urban Functional Centers Using Travel Survey Data: A Case Study of Singapore

@inproceedings{Zhong2013IdentifyingSS,
  title={Identifying Spatial Structure of Urban Functional Centers Using Travel Survey Data: A Case Study of Singapore},
  author={Chen Zhong and Xianfeng Huang and Stefan M{\"u}ller Arisona and Gerhard Schmitt},
  booktitle={COMP@SIGSPATIAL},
  year={2013}
}
Identifying the spatial structure generated by urban movements contributes to a better understanding of urban dynamics and is crucial to urban planning applications. Despite a number of studies concerning functional urban space, related research is still in a development phase, especially using emerging urban movement data. This study proposes a centrality index and attractiveness indices for detecting the urban spatial structure of functional centers and their spatial impacts using… CONTINUE READING

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