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A multi stage verification and validation methodology is described, and its applicability to
the present work is demonstrated by a number of examples addressing each successive step
of the methodology.
A number of imaginary and real world case studies are described to demonstrate application
of the present work both in a modelling orientated context and in a building engineering
Then the general conclusions of the present work are summarized. Next and finally, there are
recommendations towards possible future work in the areas of: theory, user interface,
software structure, application, and technology transfer.
A Real Scale Model of the basic unit was built by the students of the course Spatial Design Ability dictated by the LEE. The model was first evaluated empty and then a furnishing solution was proposed, built and evaluated. These evaluations were done by another group of students of the Faculty of Architecture and Planning using the Psychological Impressions Measuring Test (IMIP) developed by Luis La Scalea (1991). This test was designed to measure people’s psychological impressions produced by a space, and consists of a semantic differential structured by eleven pairs of opposing adjectives set on a scale of seven levels. The results of this first evaluation were analysed used to modify the prototype which was evaluated again in order to produce a final layout.
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