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Interactive Design of Urban Spaces using Geometrical and Behavioral Modeling
 

Summary: Interactive Design of Urban Spaces using
Geometrical and Behavioral Modeling
Carlos A. Vanegas1
Daniel G. Aliaga1
Bedich Benes1
Paul A. Waddell2
1
Purdue University 2
University of California, Berkeley
Abstract
The main contribution of our work is in closing the loop between
behavioral and geometrical modeling of cities. Editing of urban
design variables is performed intuitively and visually using a
graphical user interface. Any design variable can be constrained or
changed. The design process uses an iterative dynamical system
for reaching equilibrium: a state where the demands of behavioral
modeling match those of geometrical modeling. 3D models are
generated in a few seconds and conform to plausible urban
behavior and urban geometry. Our framework includes an
interactive agent-based behavioral modeling system as well as

  

Source: Aliaga, Daniel G. - Department of Computer Sciences, Purdue University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences