Peponis J, Wineman J, Bafna S, Rashid M, Kim S H, 1998, "On the generation of linear representations of spatial configuration" Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 25(4) 559 – 576
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On the generation of linear representations of spatial configuration
J Peponis, J Wineman, S Bafna, M Rashid, S H Kim
Received 10 June 1997; in revised form 26 November 1997
Abstract. It has been shown that, with space syntax, spatial configuration can be described as a set of lines covering all the areas of a layout and all the ways of moving around the one-dimensional and two-dimensional boundaries that it comprises. In this paper we propose alternative formal definitions of linear representations of spatial configuration and the ways in which they can be generated. The significance of these representations is discussed briefly.
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