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Publication Detail
Design tools for pervasive computing in urban environments
  • Publication Type:
    Chapter
  • Authors:
    Fatah gen Schieck A, Kostakos V, Penn A, O'Neill E, Kindberg T, Stanton Fraser D, Jones T
  • Publisher:
    Springer
  • Publication date:
    2006
  • Place of publication:
    Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • Pagination:
    467, 486
  • Series:
    Design& Decision Support Systems in Architecture and Urban Planning
  • Editors:
    van Leeuwen JPT,P HJ
  • ISBN-10:
    1-4020-5059-3
  • Book title:
    Innovations in design and decision support systems in architecture and urban planning
  • Series editors:
    van Leeuwen JPT,P HJ
  • Keywords:
    Urban Space, Pervasive Systems, Interaction Space
  • Notes:
    Imported via OAI, 7:29:01 20th Jul 2006
Abstract
In this paper we report on ongoing research in which the implications of urban scale pervasive computing (always and everywhere present) are investigated for urban life and urban design in the heritage environment of the city of Bath. We explore a theoretical framework for understanding and designing pervasive systems as an integral part of the urban landscape. We develop a framework based on Hillier’s Space Syntax theories and Kostakos’ PSP framework which encompasses the analysis of space and spatial patterns, alongside the consideration of personal, social and public interaction spaces to capture the complex relationship between pervasive systems, urban space in general and the impact of the deployment of pervasive systems on people’s relationships to heritage and to each other. We describe these methodological issues in detail before giving examples from early studies of the types of result we are beginning to find.
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