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A Study on the Characteristics of being integrated of a Node in a Directed Network
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Characteristics of being integrated of a Node in a Directed Network
Lee, Sang-Hyun;
 
 Abstract
This research aims at implementing a methodology to quantify a characteristic of being integrated of a node in a network and arguing for the feasibility of the methodology as well. To achieve the first goal, the following research topics are dealt with; 1) an improvement of an index to quantify a characteristic of being integrated of a node in a network, 2) an establishment of calculation process for the index, 3) a deduction of the practical meaning of the index, 4) a development of an index to identify the characteristics of a nide such as 'Integrated / Integrating'. In addition, the proposed methodology is being verified by making a comparison among the proposed index, the 'Integration' in Space Syntax and the practical meaning of the real urban spatial structure.
 Keywords
Integration;Space Syntax;network;directivity graph;urban spatial structure;
 Language
Korean
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