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Mesure et représentation cartographique de l’impression de confinement d’un piéton immergé dans la ville

Abstract : In this article, we present an attempt to quantify the impression of confinement of a pedestrian immersed in the city. This quantification is based on a set of perceptual qualities induced by (Ewing et al., 2006) or (Dupagne et al., 1999), like the measures of "urban confinement", "coherence", "urban depth" or the "human scale". We combine indicators from the scientific literature, such as the sky view factor and the maximum view length, and propose new indicators like an average aspect ratio of the immediately surrounding open space, an average height of the surrounding façades, a geometrical complexity and a solid angle of vision (a variation of the sky map for a prefixed vertical angle aperture). The mapping that results from this quantification highlights a wide variety of spaces.
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Houda Belgacem, Marjorie Musy, Thomas Leduc. Mesure et représentation cartographique de l’impression de confinement d’un piéton immergé dans la ville. Thomas Leduc; Francis Miguet. SHS Web of Conferences - Actes de la conférence SCAN'18, 47, EDP Sciences, pp.01011, 2018, EDP Sciences Proceedings, 978-2-7598-9056-9. ⟨10.1051/shsconf/20184701011⟩. ⟨hal-01903328⟩

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