Mathematical Theory of the Urban Web

carey baker
28 November 2005
 

A paper which applies mathematical modelling to urban design at the level of patterns, nodes and interconnections. Published on RUDI on September 18, 1997.

Introduction

Architecture and urban design have so far resisted a scientific formulation in part because of their underlying complexity. The same reasons delayed the scientific foundations of medicine, which was until very recently based as much on superstition as on science. Efforts in the past to cast urban planning in theoretical...

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