URBANITY

Sans métrise, l'urbanité n'est rien

MEASURING URBAN SOCIAL DIVERSITY — 10 mai 2016

MEASURING URBAN SOCIAL DIVERSITY

Network

« Although the properties of social and geographic networks have long been studied independently, such view does not consider the dynamics between the two. Here we present a model of interconnected geosocial networks, where projections of one carry rich information about the other. »

Source :  Hristova, D., Williams, M. J., Musolesi, M., Panzarasa, P., & Mascolo, C. (2016). Measuring Urban Social Diversity Using Interconnected Geo-Social Networks (pp. 21–30). Presented at the Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on World Wide Web, International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee.

ESTABLISHING PARAMETERS FOR URBANITY  — 12 avril 2016

ESTABLISHING PARAMETERS FOR URBANITY 

« Parametric urbanism just explores formal, environmental and functional parameters to constitute vibrant urban spaces, but these strategies are not enough to guarantee the success of urban spaces conceived to promote urbanity.« 

Source : Greene, M., Reyes, J., & Castro, A. (2012). Establishing parameters for urbanity. Presented at the Proceedings: Eighth International Space Syntax Symposium, Santiago de Chile.

DENSITE, DIVERSITE, DESIGN — 4 avril 2016

DENSITE, DIVERSITE, DESIGN

McDonough, Parker, & Reynolds, 2011

Cette proposition de mesure de l’urbanité vise à permettre l’évaluation de différentes implantations de stations et de lignes de transports publics.

 

 

 

McDonough, P., Parker, J., & Reynolds, W. (2011). Measuring Urbanity One Block at a Time: The Neighborhood Transit Readiness Scorecard. Carolina Planning, 36, pp. 7–16.