Angular integration (Space Syntax)

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Angular integration is the reciprocal of the normalised angular total depth. It can be compared across systems. It measures how close each segment is to all others in terms of the sum of angular changes that are made on each route.


Recommended Reading

Space Syntax Glossary

Hillier , B. & Iida, S. (2005), Network and psychological effects in urban movement, In: A.G. Cohn and D.M. Mark (Eds.): COSIT 2005, LNCS 3693, pp. 475-490

Hillier, B. (2009),Spatial sustainability in cities: organic patterns and sustainable forms. In: Koch, D. and Marcus, L. and Steen, J., (eds.) Proceedings of the 7th International Space Syntax Symposium. (pp. p. 1). Royal Institute of Technology (KTH): Stockholm, Sweden, k01.1-20. pp. k01.3-4.