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Geographic Information Systems in Design and Social Sciences : 

Geographic Information Systems in Design and Social Sciences PERVER K BARAN Park Recreation and Tourism Management William R SmithDepartment of Sociology and Anthropology NC STATE UNIVERSITY

Spatial Configuration, Land Use Patterns and Vehicular Movement in Cary, NC: A Comparative Analysis 1989, 1994, and 2002 : 

Spatial Configuration, Land Use Patterns and Vehicular Movement in Cary, NC: A Comparative Analysis 1989, 1994, and 2002 PERVER K BARAN Park Recreation and Tourism Management Umut Toker Graduate - PhD in Design Program

How urban form relates to pedestrian and vehicular movement patterns? : 

How urban form relates to pedestrian and vehicular movement patterns? Traditional Origin-Destination Approach: Characterizes the problem in terms of flows to and from “attractor” land uses (i.e. shopping malls)

How urban form relates to pedestrian and vehicular movement patterns? : 

How urban form relates to pedestrian and vehicular movement patterns? Configurational – Space Syntax Approach: Characterizes the problem in terms of how the “spatial configuration” of urban form relates to pedestrian and vehicular movement patterns

Configurational Accessibility - Permeability : 

Configurational Accessibility - Permeability Non-metric and non-geometric ‘configurational properties of space The ease of physical movement through a district The number of alternative routes running through a district Where people can go and cannot go

Configurational Analysis : 

Configurational Analysis Axial Map Identified geometrically by drawing the longest straight line possible before the line hits a building, wall, etc.

Configurational AccessibilityCary 1989 : 

Configurational AccessibilityCary 1989

GIS Database : 

GIS Database Spatial configuration measures global integration, local integration, connectivity Land use and density Traffic counts

Project Proposal Submitted to NSF  Perver K BaranDepartment of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management  William R SmithDepartment of Sociology and Anthropology Hugh A Devine Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Jacqueline M Hughes-OliverDepartment of StatisticsDeborah L WeiselPolitical Science and Public Administration : 

Project Proposal Submitted to NSF  Perver K BaranDepartment of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management  William R SmithDepartment of Sociology and Anthropology Hugh A Devine Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Jacqueline M Hughes-OliverDepartment of StatisticsDeborah L WeiselPolitical Science and Public Administration An Integrative Social-Spatial Analysis of Crime

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An Integrative Social-Spatial Analysis of Crime Study Objective Develop an integrative social-spatial approach to study how social and economic factors interact with the built environment to influence risk and vulnerability to crime in an urban environment

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