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An Integrated User-centered Approach to Architectural Design for Library Study Spaces
This thesis proposes a method for assessing the indoor environment of a library-more specifically, how conducive a library's indoor environment is to studying. The method involves the integration of tree analysis and the tallying heuristic function. A tree model is necessary in order to establish relationships between the primary interior architectural features and their subdivisions, as well as to provide an illustration for the research. A heuristic function, tallying, is used to count thedoi:10.7939/r39k46663 fatcat:lisrfokukzc6hf4wilzblluo2m