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MULTI-LEVEL COMPLEXITY IN TERMS OF SPACE SYNTAX: a case study

@inproceedings{Brsamle2007MULTILEVELCI,
  title={MULTI-LEVEL COMPLEXITY IN TERMS OF SPACE SYNTAX: a case study},
  author={M. Br{\"o}samle and C. H{\"o}lscher and G. Vrachliotis},
  year={2007}
}
  • M. Brösamle, C. Hölscher, G. Vrachliotis
  • Published 2007
  • Engineering
  • This paper is inspired by a wayfinding study by Holscher et al. (2005), who find serious wayfinding difficulties in a complex multi-level building and identify architectural properties related to the difficulties. The present study re-analyzes the qualitative results in terms of Space Syntax measures and thus ties them down to formal properties of the architectural structure. The analysis carefully models the spatial interconnections between different floors, as stairs are considered to cause… CONTINUE READING
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