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A principled evaluation for a principled idea garden

Will Jernigan, Amber Horvath, Michael Lee, Margaret Burnett, Taylor Cuilty, Sandeep Kuttal, Anicia Peters, Irwin Kwan, Faezeh Bahmani, Andrew Ko
2015 2015 IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC)  
peripheral" factors be able to recommend that the public fundamentals belongs individual towards the second province, the situation ought towards be incisively banned that this is not the case, because -in a  ...  The reason is clear: each one of the ingredients of interpretation (linguistic, during the, awareness, method, activity, ends, besides ethical principles) is civic insofar by way of science is human-made  ...  Nearby evaluating rationality observing the technology ends receives the economic evaluation influence. These principles may be affect the decisions made or type of artifacts.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vlhcc.2015.7357222 dblp:conf/vl/JerniganHLBCKPK15 fatcat:gsxdhrongvdpbpqlzzrsi6ixty


Reza Fauzi, Silia Yuslim
2021 The Journal of Synergy Landscape  
<p>A garden is an outdoor relaxation area, set aside for the display of plants and other natural habitats solitary to human life.  ...  However, the concept of a green pattern applied to the roof garden of this institution is not optimal.  ...  Therefore, this study aims to evaluate the initial concept of the green pattern on the roof garden in the K Building of this institution and then make it the basis for proposing a new concept by selecting  ... 
doi:10.25105/tjsl.v1i1.9938 fatcat:tndtuan2nfcglimsv6c45me6gy

Sustaining Collective Action in Urban Community Gardens

Arthur Feinberg, Elena Hooijschuur, Nicole Rogge, Amineh Ghorbani, Paulien Herder
2021 Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation  
This paper presents an agent-based model that explores the conditions for ongoing participation in community gardening projects.  ...  This allows the analysis of volunteer participation in urban community gardens over time, based on the garden's institutions (Design Principles) and the volunteer's intention to join gardening.  ...  This supports the idea that community size may not a ect the overall gardening duration, since only a minority of gardeners are a ected by low attendance and therefore higher workload (see also Figure  ... 
doi:10.18564/jasss.4506 fatcat:3njaq3cpnzcctezx7fviuful4i

Discovering the Values of the Islamic Garden

Haza Hanurhaza Md Jani, Nor Zalina Harun, Mazlina Mansor, Ismawi Zen
2017 Asian Journal of Behavioural Studies  
Studies), Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying, UniversitiTeknologi MARA, Malaysia.Keywords: Values; Garden; Islamic garden; Physical characteristics  ...  This paper aims to investigate the values and the characteristics of the Islamic garden design.  ...  In behavioural science, a value is perceived as a guiding principle that is persistent through time, and it is evaluated based on its importance rank by the society (Rokeach, 1973; Castelfranchi & Micelia  ... 
doi:10.21834/ajbes.v2i5.45 fatcat:tie6i7hlmnh2nknszac7wy5ilu

Idea Garden: Situated Support for Problem Solving by End-User Programmers

Jill Cao, Scott D. Fleming, Margaret Burnett, Christopher Scaffidi
2014 Interacting with computers  
the angles of problem-solving theories. • We prototyped the Idea Garden for the CoScripter end-user mashup environment. • An evaluation showed that the Idea Garden helped most users overcome barrier(s  ...  Therefore, in this paper, we describe the Idea Garden, a concept designed to help end-user programmers generate new ideas and problem-solve when they run into barriers.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank William Curran for helping with the paper prototype study, and Forrest Bice and Hannah Adams for helping with the implementation of the prototype.  ... 
doi:10.1093/iwc/iwu022 fatcat:wyvbklyikfahzdf4b4j4tg2iay


Salma I. Dwidar, Walaa Metwaly
2019 JES. Journal of Engineering Sciences  
Especially for children, these green areas can be and are identified as specialised gardens with plants, fish, animals, etc.  ...  People have been interested in green areas for many years due to its strong correlation between human life on the earth and plant life, as green areas were a source of the beginning stages of agriculture  ...  Design Considerations for Green areas The Conceptual Design Considerations: This idea must be a clear and appropriate for the user's needs.  ... 
doi:10.21608/jesaun.2019.115752 fatcat:wd3uydaylzgx7oq4arufgjahuq

Positive Creativity Is Principled Creativity

Ronald A. Beghetto, Ross C. Anderson
2022 Education Sciences  
A principled approach to creativity refers to the design and implementation of positive creative educational endeavors, which are guided by a set of agreed-upon commitments aimed at making a positive contribution  ...  The purpose of this article is to introduce an action-oriented framework aimed at clarifying and promoting a principled approach to creativity in education.  ...  They realize that starting a garden on school property, for instance, could be a beneficial solution to this problem.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci12030184 fatcat:2frtcmsbrfadxi7fomagtvtaw4

Engaging the Dan River Region to Reduce Obesity

Jamie Zoellner, Monica Motley, Margie E. Wilkinson, Barbara Jackman, Morgan L. Barlow, Jennie L. Hill
2012 Family & Community Health  
The action-oriented Comprehensive Participatory Planning and Evaluation (CPPE) process is designed to guide community health planning and evaluation.  ...  This article describes how the CPPE process was utilized within a community-based participatory research initiative aimed at addressing obesity in the health-disparate Dan River Region.  ...  community gardens and recognized the need for focused evaluation strategies to document community-wide effectiveness of community gardens conduct a 15-week physical activity and nutrition pilot  ... 
doi:10.1097/fch.0b013e3182385cd9 pmid:22143487 fatcat:wx6m5nlszvgjfckutpqs6xjyaa

Garden Cities of the 21st Century: A Sustainable Path to Suburban Reform

Nicolas Vernet, Anne Coste
2017 Urban Planning  
We argue that the original garden city, as a theory (Howard, 1898) and as experiments (Letchworth and Welwyn Garden Cities), is a precedent that can be used in a sustainable approach that addresses a range  ...  It has been deliberately also misused by property developers for gated communities (Le Goix, 2003; Webster, 2001). But these projects have little in common with the original concept of garden cities.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME), by the research unit "Architecture, Environment & Constructive Cultures" (Labex AE&CC), and by a  ... 
doi:10.17645/up.v2i4.1104 fatcat:jhjpumweyrfaxo2jbvyxe2nfz4

Healthy Eating Design Guidelines for School Architecture

Terry T-K Huang, Dina Sorensen, Steven Davis, Leah Frerichs, Jeri Brittin, Joseph Celentano, Kelly Callahan, Matthew J. Trowbridge
2013 Preventing Chronic Disease  
The design guidelines, developed through multidisciplinary collaboration, cover 10 domains of the school food environment (eg, cafeteria, kitchen, garden) and 5 core healthy eating design principles.  ...  The new tool, now in a pilot version, is expected to evolve as its components are tested and evaluated through public health and design research.  ...  /or support of the school garden. 2Use edible plantings for landscaping. 2 Design strategy Core Principle 4 4 4 4 4 Design strategy Core Principle 3 a a a a 1 1 Design  ... 
doi:10.5888/pcd10.120084 pmid:23449281 pmcid:PMC3592783 fatcat:6bbz6yq7djdqfdj4yvkokq5twm


The research results provide a theoretical basis for improving the aesthetic design of landscape of public gardens.  ...  garden has a positive impact on the landscape aesthetics, and the preference evaluation of viewers.  ...  landscape Analysis of time and environment aesthetics Figure 8 . 8 Public Table 1 . 1 Appraiser's evaluation scores for ten groups of public garden landscapes Sample number Mean sensitivity evaluation  ... 
doi:10.24205/03276716.2020.265 fatcat:uzo2cf46izf2zaqbr2dlkdt2gq

Evaluation of the Garden Road Landscape of the Classical Gardens – Taking the Classical Gardens in Hangzhou as Example

Ziru Chen, Zhipeng Zhu, Pengfei Yu, Hui Pan, Minhua Wang, Jianwen Dong
2018 IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environment  
Result: The urban development has become a fact under the current situation, therefore, to solve the existing problems must be in hand from the transformation of the park.Conclusion: In accordance with  ...  These gardening principles embody the influence of the aesthetic ideas on gardening and other artistic practices under their respective cultural traditions.  ...  We have no idea to compare that which one is right or wrong, and better or worse, but in the space like Ning Garden that reflects the Chinese classical garden environment, the coexistence of the two in  ... 
doi:10.1088/1755-1315/170/2/022085 fatcat:w5kuplyebnfy3d7kwf67xmqmbm

Principles of Green Urbanism: the Absent Value in Cairo, Egypt

Usama Nassar
2013 International Journal of Social Science and Humanity  
This is done using analysis and design in parallel, and results in a proposal for a new design process and through it, scale specific design solutions for Cairo public spaces that will create a high quality  ...  The first (Green Urbanism) is explored as a main principles to revitalize the second (Public Spaces), in order to achieve the third (Sustainable Model) as a long term goal.  ...  studies covering a wide spectrum of topics to bring together the vision and development ideas for the future of GCR, they defined a clear vision for the future of GCR.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijssh.2013.v3.258 fatcat:e7yjtgpnsbhm5mwq6tnwqaabve

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1978 Journal of Advertising Research  
Lawrence Lightfoot For several years now marketing scien- tists have been trying to improve upon the initially crudely conceived idea of a media model that would not only supply estimates of inverse audience  ...  Up to 191 alternative media vehicles may now be evaluated. The new model uses conjoint analysis to evaluate alter- native media mixes. This permits us to maximize the § value on a real-time basis.  ... 

Using metaphors to create a natural user interface for microsoft surface

Kay Hofmeester, Dennis Wixon
2010 Proceedings of the 28th of the international conference extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI EA '10  
We used metaphors for two reasons: To create a user interface world that is understandable and predictable for our users, and to guide the team in creating the detailed design.  ...  When we were challenged to develop a new natural user interface design for Microsoft Surface, we drew from these lessons and from modern user research techniques.  ...  We grouped the ideas using the design principles, aiming for a wide range of different concepts. We made sure to have a few practical, realistic ideas, some farout ideas, and some in-between.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1753846.1754204 dblp:conf/chi/HofmeesterW10 fatcat:uyj423zxebaxrltohqk3hr3c3e
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