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Spatial network model:

Singapore

IN COLLABORATION WITH 

Genevieve Lin and Ryan Tan

Center for Livable Cities, Singapore

MSc Space Syntax: Architecture and Cities, UCL Bartlett

 
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normalized integration network model

Integration is a normalised measure of distance from any space of origin to all others in a system. In general, it calculates how close the origin space is to all other spaces, and can be seen as the measure of relative asymmetry (or relative depth)

- Hillier, B. & Hanson,J. (1984), The Social Logic of Space

This network model quantifies urban spatial configurations at different scales, revealing the centrality of the urban structure, or to-movement on a range of scales depending on the set radius. In the above model, it is scaled to metric distances in meters.  

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normalized choice network model

Choice measures how likely an axial line or a street segment it is to be passed through on all shortest routes from all spaces to all other spaces in the entire system or within a predetermined distance (radius) from each segment.

- Hillier, B., Burdett, R., Peponis, J., Penn, A. (1987), Creating Life: Or, Does Architecture Determine Anything? Architecture et Comportement/Architecture and Behaviour