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Visibilité et prévisibilité : cartographie de la part cachée d'un paysage urbain : Etude comparée de quatre indicateurs qualifiant le champ visuel en milieu urbain

Abstract : According to permeability theory, surroundings' configuration, and more precisely, the existence of occlusions in our enclosure may invite us to explore our environment. This article aims to analyze, in a systematic and reproducible way, the ratio of mystery in one's surrounding visualscape. To assess this property in each place, we recall three indicators relative to the boundary previsibility (entropy), the weight of visual heap (drift), and the occlusions ratio (occlusivity). We also introduce a fourth indicator which weights each occlusion (anticipation). At last, we refer to some convex partition technics of urban open spaces.
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Thomas Leduc, Guillaume Chauvat. Visibilité et prévisibilité : cartographie de la part cachée d'un paysage urbain : Etude comparée de quatre indicateurs qualifiant le champ visuel en milieu urbain. SAGEO 2013, Rémy Thibaud; Françoise Gourmelon, Sep 2013, Brest, France. pp.185-196. ⟨hal-01347228⟩

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