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ERIC Number: ED018967
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Dec
Pages: 12
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Reference Count: 0
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COMPUTER MODELING IN CAMPUS DESIGN. CASE STUDY AT DUKE UNIVERSITY. FINAL PAPER.
MATTOX, ROBERT F.
IN A PILOT STUDY CONDUCTED TO PROVIDE BETTER INFORMATION FOR CAMPUS PLANNING, COMPUTER PROGRAMS WERE DEVELOPED TO ANALYZE DATA COLLECTED FROM STUDENT DIARIES. AREAS OF CONCERN INCLUDED--(1) TIME SPENT IN A SPECIFIC ACTIVITY, (2) TRAFFIC ACTIVITIES AND RELATED VARIABLES (COSTS, ETC.), AND (5) PROJECTION OF FUTURE CAMPUS ACTIVITY-SPACE RELATIONSHIPS AND THE RESULTING IMPLICATIONS OF VARIOUS ACTIONS PROPOSED BY THE PLANNERS. THE GOAL WAS TO MAXIMIZE THE BENEFITS FOR THE LEAST COST. THIS PAPER IS THE FINAL COPY OF A PAPER PRESENTED AT THE AIA ARCHITECT-RESEARCHERS' CONFERENCE, GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 24-25, 1967. (JT)
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Authoring Institution: American Inst. of Architects, Washington, DC.
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