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Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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Volume 17, Issue 2 - Oct 1989
Volume 17, Issue 1 - Jul 1989
Volume 16, Issue 3 - Feb 1989
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A Study on the Optimal City Park Planning by Using Social Welfare function
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 16, issue 3, 1989, Pages 1~6
The current linear programming model as for city park planning has the following intrinsic constraints. First of all, it cannot explicity consider choice behaviors of people. Secondly, the objective function of linear programming model cannot sufficiently intergrate satisfactions of people. In order to overcome these weak points of linear programming model, the following extensions have been made in this paper. First of all, bionominal and multinominal logit models based upon logit models, utility maximization of people have been constructed, Secondly, based upon logit models, social welfare function has been constructed in order to aggregate satisfactions of people. By doing this, intrinsic oonstraints of linear programming model have been successfully overcome. In the future research, empirical study of the model developed in this paper will be necessary. By doing this, the construction of optimal investment plan for city parks will be possible.
A Study on the Background of the Site Selection and the Characteristics of Arrangement Change of Bu-Seok Temple
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 16, issue 3, 1989, Pages 7~20
^x This paper aims to grasp the basical things of the architectural meaning of Bu - Seok Temple through the background of site selection and the analysis of arrangement change of it. For this purpose, I try to examine the process of folk- belief adhesion of Buddism and Feng - Shui as the choice factor of site when the temple was established, the spatial characters of the changing stage in arrangement. These characters of Bu - seok temple have significance for the basic study on the site selection and the spatial analysis of a mountainous district Temple in Shilla.
Analysis of User′s Satisfaction to the Small Urban Spaces by Environmental Design Pattern Language
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 16, issue 3, 1989, Pages 21~37
Environmental design pattern of the nine Small Urban Spaces at C.B.D. in City of Seoul are surveyed and analyzed for user's satisfaction and behavior under the environmental design evaluation by using Christopher Alexander's Pattern Language. Small Urban Spaces as a part of streetscape are formed by physical factors as well as visual environment and interacting user's behavior. Therefore, user's satisfaction and behavior at the nine Urban Small Spaces were investigated under the further search for some possibilities of application of those Pattern Languages. A pattern language has a structure of a network. It is used in sequence, going through the patterns, moving always from large patterns to smaller, always from the ones which create comes simply from the observation that most of the wonderful places of the city were not blade by architects but by the people. It defines the limited number of arrangements of spaces that make sense in any given culture. And it actually gives us the power to generate these coherent arrangement of space. As a results, 'Plaza', 'Seats'and 'Aecessibility' related design Patterns are highly evaluated by Pattern Frequency, Pattern Interaction and their Composition ranks, thus reconfirm Whyte's Praise of urban Small Spaces in our inner city design environments. According to the multiple regression analysis of user's evaluation, the environmental functions related to the satisfaction were 'Plaza', 'Accessibility' and 'Paving'. According to the free response, user's prefer such visually pleasing environmental design object as 'Waterscape' and 'Setting'. In addition to, the basic needs in Urban Small Spaces are amenity facilities as bench, drinking water and shade for rest.
A Mathematical Approach to Measure Attractiveness of a Local Park
Hong, Sung Kwon ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 16, issue 3, 1989, Pages 39~45
Sources of Residential Satisfaction of the Apartment Households in Seoul : A Contextual Analysis
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 16, issue 3, 1989, Pages 47~58
^x Residential satisfaction by apartment housing type and by location was examined in Seoul Korea for a sample of 303 housewives disaggregated into four housing subgroups. These group differ in their personal characteristic by housing type and location. They showed significant differences in their levels of satisfaction and in their perception and evaluation of several community, neighborhood and housing unit attributes. A regression model of satisfaction for entire sample explain about 45% of the variation, but this conceals the compositional and the contextual differences between groups. Seperate regression for the four groups explain an average of 63% of the variation in residential satisfaction. Residents of high-rise and low-rise apartments both of center and periphery location differ significantly both from each other. Results show that certain dwelling, neighborhood and community context elicit dissatisfaction across the full sample. The objective contextual factor of housing type prove significant in most compositional subsamples, indicating that sources of residential satisfaction are not same in everywhere.