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Ye, Y.E. (author), Van Nes, A. (author)
Many new towns are established in China with the intention of providing desirable places to live. Nevertheless, these new towns often lack the flourishing street life, small businesses, and variety of social activities that old towns have to offer. This paper explores the spatial reasons why old towns tend to perform socio-economically better...
journal article 2014
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Van Nes, A. (author), Ye, Y. (author)
During the last decade, advances in software, spatial analyses methods, and improved capacity of computers have made it possible to quantitatively analyse morphological features of whole cities. This emerging trend of combining geographic information system (GIS) with traditional urban morphology brings some new insights into the evolving logic...
conference paper 2014
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Van Nes, A. (author), Ye, Y. (author)
conference paper 2014
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Ye, Y. (author), Van Nes, A. (author)
conference paper 2013
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Read, S. (author), Bruyns, G. (author)
The Flat City space syntax model (Read, 2005) has been developed to extend the functionality of the space syntax method into the periphery of the contemporary metropolitan city, and to provide a method for describing and evaluating the form of contemporary urban landscapes. The Flat City model proposes that the built environment is structured...
conference paper 2007
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Read, S. (author), Bruyns, G. (author), Van den Hoogen, E. (author), Plomp, M. (author)
The Flat City space syntax model (Read, 2005), has been developed to extend the functionality of the space syntax method into the ‘periphery’ (the metropolitan) of the contemporary metropolitan city, and to provide a method for describing and evaluating the form of contemporary urban landscapes. The Flat City model proposes that the environment...
conference paper 2007
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