Modeling Street Connectivity and Pedestrian Movement According to Standard Gis Street Network Representations 018

@inproceedings{zbil2007ModelingSC,
  title={Modeling Street Connectivity and Pedestrian Movement According to Standard Gis Street Network Representations 018},
  author={Ayse {\"O}zbil},
  year={2007}
}
  • Ayse Özbil
  • Published 2007
We study three 1 mile x 1 mile areas in Atlanta to establish correlations between street configuration and densities of pedestrian movement. Two kinds of analysis are used: first, standard syntactic analysis applied to axial maps drawn to cover surrounding areas large enough so that Radius 3 Integration values assigned to observation spaces suffer no edge effects; second, new techniques of analysis that can be applied to standard GIS representations of street center-lines. It is shown that the… CONTINUE READING

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