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Analysis on the Change of Apartment House Spatial Structure Using Time Based-Joining Method - Focusing on Two-Unit-Staircase and 3-Bay Type Apartment House with an Area of Usable Space of 85m2 Located in Seoul
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 Title & Authors
Analysis on the Change of Apartment House Spatial Structure Using Time Based-Joining Method - Focusing on Two-Unit-Staircase and 3-Bay Type Apartment House with an Area of Usable Space of 85m2 Located in Seoul
Ham, Sungil;
 
 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to develop phylogenetic tree through similarity analysis of space organization of apartment house plane over the past 40 years and to investigate the chronological evolution of the space organization. In addition to the previous qualitative classification methodology, a time based-joining method which draws phylogenetic tree considering the generation period of plane as well as a bipartite methodology of graphs similarity analysis algorithm were used to quantitatively classify and analyze the plane. As for the research subject, 485 unit plane of staircase and 3-bay type apartment house with an area of exclusive use space of located in Seoul were used from 1970 to 2015, which are currently the most representative plane case in Korea. In this study, a total of 61 spatial structures were extracted, which were classified into space organizations where the different spaces(rooms) are connected through living room and through dining/kitchen and all the spaces are connected through hall. They were further divided into three subgroups to chronologically change and develop into nine types. Moreover, an analysis on the differentiation process of plane type revealed that it had a consistent direction of the changing process.
 Keywords
Spatial Type/Structure/Graph;Spatial Similarity;Phylogenetic Tree;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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Topological Transitions in Collective Housing Units of South Korea, Sustainability, 2016, 9, 1, 31  crossref(new windwow)
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