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A Study on the Community Space that Affect the Public Rental Housing Satisfaction Determinants
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  • Journal title : KIEAE Journal
  • Volume 16, Issue 1,  2016, pp.95-101
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Ecological Architecture and Environment
  • DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2016.16.1.095
 Title & Authors
A Study on the Community Space that Affect the Public Rental Housing Satisfaction Determinants
Park, Joon-Young; Jeong, Jae-Jin; Park, woo-Jang;
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 Abstract
This study aims to analyze the satisfaction targeted community space for public rental housing tenants a real community space. and community space is analyzed only through the factor analysis of the effects of satisfaction, multiple regression analysis etc. As a result, the space community and public rental housing will only affect the satisfaction, factors affecting such analysis was `common space`, `exercise place`, `resting place`. Thus, a variety of political and institutional efforts and practical research for interactive spatial planning public rental housing estates satisfaction for the improvement and community activation moving away from passive concept of the one-way ever to supply that community space in the past, provider centers and considering the tenant characteristics is required.
 Keywords
Numerical methods;Heat transfer;Unstructured grid, matrix solver;Cell-centered scheme;
 Language
Korean
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