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Integrating Formal Methodologies in a Multi-Layered Analysis for Management Policies for the Pedestrian Use of Public Space

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Taking advantage of the opportunity to carry out a project of analysis of municipal intervention in the public space of the city of Porto, it was possible to test and disseminate a set of formal and digital methodologies, comparing them with more traditional methodologies.

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  • Public space
  • Pedestrian
  • Computer video
  • Machine learning
  • Space syntax
  • Agent-based analysis
  • Traffic flow

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Ruivo, C., Morais, F., Flores, J., Vaz, J.V. (2023). Integrating Formal Methodologies in a Multi-Layered Analysis for Management Policies for the Pedestrian Use of Public Space. In: Mora, P.L., Viana, D.L., Morais, F., Vieira Vaz, J. (eds) Formal Methods in Architecture. FMA 2022. Digital Innovations in Architecture, Engineering and Construction. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-99-2217-8_9

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