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The Centre of City: Urban Central Structure

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This book presents the latest research results related to urban center and urban center. It expounds the theoretical connotation, development models, hierarchical function, and spatial layout of the urban central structure through over 200 figures and tables. In addition, it analyzes the threshold characteristics, structural hierarchy, spatial characteristics, and development rules of urban central structure through field research and quantitative researches on the major urban central structures in Asia. Meanwhile, how to solve the issue of construction and layout of urban central structure in planning and design practice is also covered. The book reveals the laws and spatial characteristics of urban central structure and provides a valuable guide both for urban designers and planners as well as researchers and students working in urban design and planning fields. It sheds new light on better understanding of the urban central structure. 




Beixiang Shi is an associate researcher at the School of Architecture of Southeast University and a registered urban planner in China. He is mainly engaged in the research of urban central areas and urban spatial morphology. He has tracked and studied the spatial development and succession of Nanjing in China for more than 10 years, and he has participated in the research of major urban central areas in Asia. The research work has been funded by 1 National Natural Science Foundation of China and 5 other funding.

Junyan Yang is a professor and doctoral supervisor of Southeast University, and the deputy dean of the Smart City Research Institute of Southeast University. He serves as a member of the ISOCARP Scientific Committee and an ISBE director. He is also a member of the Academic Committee of Urban Planning Society of China. He has been mainly engaged in the research of smart cities and urban spatial morphology for a long time. He has organized research on the central areas of major Asian cities and has completed the construction of vector databases for more than 150 urban central areas in more than 50 cities. The research work has been funded by 5 National Natural Science Foundation of China, and more than 10 other funding.

Dr. Yi Zheng, Doctor, School of Architecture, Southeast University



Auteur

Beixiang Shi is an associate researcher at the School of Architecture of Southeast University and a registered urban planner in China. He is mainly engaged in the research of urban central areas and urban spatial morphology. He has tracked and studied the spatial development and succession of Nanjing in China for more than 10 years, and he has participated in the research of major urban central areas in Asia. The research work has been funded by 1 National Natural Science Foundation of China and 5 other funding.

Junyan Yang is a professor and doctoral supervisor of Southeast University, and the deputy dean of the Smart City Research Institute of Southeast University. He serves as a member of the ISOCARP Scientific Committee and an ISBE director. He is also a member of the Academic Committee of Urban Planning Society of China. He has been mainly engaged in the research of smart cities and urban spatial morphology for a long time. He has organized research on the central areas of major Asian cities and has completed the construction of vector databases for more than 150 urban central areas in more than 50 cities. The research work has been funded by 5 National Natural Science Foundation of China, and more than 10 other funding.

Dr. Yi Zheng, Doctor, School of Architecture, Southeast University



Texte du rabat

This book presents the latest research results related to urban center and urban center. It expounds the theoretical connotation, development models, hierarchical function, and spatial layout of the urban central structure through over 200 figures and tables. In addition, it analyzes the threshold characteristics, structural hierarchy, spatial characteristics, and development rules of urban central structure through field research and quantitative researches on the major urban central structures in Asia. Meanwhile, how to solve the issue of construction and layout of urban central structure in planning and design practice is also covered. The book reveals the laws and spatial characteristics of urban central structure and provides a valuable guide both for urban designers and planners as well as researchers and students working in urban design and planning fields. It sheds new light on better understanding of the urban central structure.



Contenu
Introduction to the Urban Centrality Structure.- Development Models of the UC Structure.- Functional Analysis of the UC Structure Hierarchy.- Spatial Layout of the UC Structure.- UC Structure Planning.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: The Centre of City: Urban Central Structure
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Code EAN: 9789813366756
Protection contre la copie numérique: Adobe DRM
Format: eBook (pdf)
Producteur: Springer-Verlag
Genre: Urbanisme, planification, aménagement du territoire
nombre de pages: 609
Parution: 08.02.2021
Taille de fichier: 47.5 MB