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id ecaade2018_210
authors Ezzat, Mohammed
year 2018
title A Computational Tool for Mapping the Users' Urban Cognition - A Framework and a Representation for the Evolutionary Optimization of the Fuzzy Binary Relation between the Urban Conceptions of "Us" and "Others"
source Kepczynska-Walczak, A, Bialkowski, S (eds.), Computing for a better tomorrow - Proceedings of the 36th eCAADe Conference - Volume 1, Lodz University of Technology, Lodz, Poland, 19-21 September 2018, pp. 667-676
summary The paper proposes a computational tool for simulating the users' urban cognitive systems, or more specifically the long-term memory associated with the knowledge of urbanism and its related urban visual features. The tool builds on our comprehensive theory of Urbanism, which presents a monolithic, structured, comprehensive, professional conception of Urbanism based on which any relativistic users' urban conceptions could be predicted as a restructuring of the professional conception. These versatile relativistic conceptions would emerge based on a nurturing environment, which is a conception of the empirical/anthropological collected data of the intended users' reflections against their preferred constructed urban environments. Once the users' conceptions of Urbanism are formulated, which is the first phase of the simulation, the users' impressions against any examined urban constructs are attainable, which is the second phase of the simulation. The two phases, the framework, would be monolithically represented by a proposed novel cellular graph. The proposed computational tool is thought of as a robust technique for the computational incorporation of the users' urban identity, and some of its constituents could be considered as a needed common platform of communication for a successful Human-Computer interaction in the field of urban analysis/design.
keywords a comprehensive model of Urbanism; a default professional conception of Urbanism; the relativistic users' conceptions of Urbanism ; recognized extracted urban features ; the users' urban identity; A comprehensive theory for space syntax:
series eCAADe
email mohammed.ezzat@guc.edu.eg
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