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Multiple Application of Weight Concept of Weighted ERAM Model and its Effectiveness Analysis

가중 ERAM 모델의 가중개념 다각적 적용 및 그 유효성 분석

  • Mun, Sung-Hoon ;
  • Piao, Gen-Song (School of Architecture, Changwon National University) ;
  • Choi, Jae-Pil
  • 문성훈 ((주)희림종합건축사사무소 친환경디자인연구팀) ;
  • 박근송 (창원대학교 건축학부) ;
  • 최재필 (서울대학교 건축학과)
  • Received : 2020.04.02
  • Accepted : 2020.05.26
  • Published : 2020.06.30

Abstract

This study aims to analyze the effectiveness and differences of the weighted concepts of the weighted ERAM models within urban spatial analysis. This study confirmed that the existing weighted ERAM models differed in analytical power depending on the analysis target. This study also applied the weighted concepts in various ways to urban areas with different spatial structures. This study is significant in that it has a variety of approaches to the combination of weighted concepts applied to the ERAM model. The organically-occurring urban spatial structure was the most effective with the building population-weighted ERAM model. The planned urban spatial structure containing organic structures was most effective with the building population-distance multi-weighted ERAM model. Finally, the orthogonally planned urban spatial structure was the most effective with the building population-angle multi-weighted ERAM model. Each weighted concept showed a relatively higher correlation according to the different urban spatial structures than other weighted concepts in the analysis between ERAM results and floating population.

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