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PLAN 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Urban Growth Boundary, Urban Sprawl, Critical Path Method

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  –  March  30,  2015     Final:   Q1:  origin/destination  matrix,  daytime/nighttime  population,  diurnal  ratio   Q2:  will  be  given  an  area  to ...

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PLAN 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Critical Path Method, Pedestrian Zone, Unified Modeling Language

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  31  –  March  23,  2015     Went  through  CPM  (Critical  Path  Method)  Example  2  from  Assignment  7  on  class   webpage     How  long  ...

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PLAN 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Pedestrian Zone, Euclidean Geometry, Graph Theory

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  28  –  March  16,  2015     No  longer  calling  it  a  pedestrian  precinct  –  we’re  considering  it  as  a  pedestrian   network     Structu...

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PLAN 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Bristol Board

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  23  –  March  4,  2015     Assignment  5:  two  important  things  to  remember:   1. document  your  own  subjective  view  on  the  streetscap...

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PLAN 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Carl Jung, Urban Design, Pedestrian Crossing

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  20  –  February  27     Active  Transportation  –  especially  walking   • we  want  to  invert  the  transportation  hierarchy  from  how  it’...

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GEOG 350 Lecture 13: PLAN 350 – Lecture 13 – February 2.pdf

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  13  –  February  2,  2015     Building  the  Matrix   Contemplating:   1.  the  pattern  of  the  table  –  we  know  it ...

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GEOG 350 Lecture 14: PLAN 350 – Lecture 14 – February 4.pdf

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  14  –  February  4,  2015     Discussing  Assignment  2:     Daytime  population  –  number  of  people  during  daytime,  actual  number   Daytime ...

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PLAN 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Trip Generation, Urban Sprawl

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  8  –  January  21,  2015     Considering  Daytime  Populations   1. A  distinction  must  be  made  between  population  and  population  density   ...

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PLAN 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sparse Matrix

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  7  –  January  19,  2015     Assignment  1  due  in  class  Wednesday   • if  necessary,  insets  or  multiple  pages  are  allowed   •...

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PLAN 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Urban Sprawl, Centroid

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  5  –  January  14,  2015     Assignment  1  due  Wednesday,  January  21     Comments  on  Table  1.1:   • for  large  tables,  repeat  th...

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GEOG 350 Lecture 33: PLAN 350 – Lecture 33 – March 27.pdf

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  33  –  March  27,  2015     Starting  to  introduce  our  affirmative  nodes     Clarify:  exploring  (methodologically)  a  vague  area  with  subj...

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PLAN 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Long Path, Graph Theory

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  26  –  March  11,  2015     Where  are  we  headed  in  this  class?     Structure  Diagrams  → graphs We need to abstract the diagrams, look at the form...

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PLAN 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Pedestrian Zone, Graph Theory

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  22    -­‐  March  2,  2014     One  important  carryover  from  the  focus  earlier  in  the  semester:  often  people   photocopy  maps  which  l...

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GEOG 350 Lecture 16: PLAN 350 – Lecture 16 – February 9.pdf

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  16  –  February  9,  2015     Assignment  3:  there’s  a  problem  with  the  links  on  the  course  website   • if  you  find  the  pro...

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PLAN 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Census Tract

PLAN  350  –  Lecture  12  –  January  30,  2015     Daytime  estimates  for  the  majority  of  the  census  tracts   • 3  or  4  downtown  daytime  population  ...

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