occupancy grid maps - 1984

This section includes recent and historic articles and books addressing issues in human environments interaction in the sciences, social sciences, humanities and engineering.
HEI encompasses work in theses fields specifically:
  • Computer Science
  • Architecture
  • Data Visualization, Cartography
  • Urban Design
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Neuroscience and Neuroaesthetics
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Mathematics
  • Cognitive Psychology

The primary field associated with an article or book is indicated. Each blog will add several articles and related citations.

Michael Batty exploring isovist fields – architecture and urban design“Exploring isovist fields: space and shape in architectural and urban morphology”, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 2001, volume 28, pages 123 – 150
Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA), University College London, 1 ^ 19 Torrington Place, London WC1E 6BT, England; e-mail: Received 23 March 2000; in revised form 18 September 2000

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John Peponis buidling layouts – architecture“Building layouts as cognitive data: purview and purview interface”, Cognitive Critique, Vol. 6, 2012: 11 – 52

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Benedikt ML (1979) To take hold of space: isovists and isovist fields. Environment and Planning B 6:47-65

Choi YK (1999) The morphology of exploration and encounter in museum layouts. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 26:241-250

Haq S (2003) Investigating the syntax line: configurational properties and cognitive correlates. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 30:841-863

Haq S, Zimring C (2003) Just down the road a piece. The development of topological knowledge in building layouts. Environment and Behav 35:132-160

Hillier B (1996) Space is the machine. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK

Hillier B, Hanson J (1984) The social logic of space. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK

Hillier B, Leaman A (1974) How is design possible? J Architectural Res 1:4-11

Kuipers B, Tecuci DG, Stankiewicz BJ (2003) The skeleton in the cognitive map. A computational and empirical exploration. Environment and Behav 35:81-106


The Life and Unusual Ideas of Adelbert Ames, Jr. Author(s): Roy R. Behrens Reviewed work(s): Source: Leonardo, Vol. 20, No. 3 (1987), pp. 273-279


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