Mapping – A Tool for Visualising “Lived Space” in Architecture



Mapping A Reflective Tool for a Realist Architecture
Aral, Hacer Ela (null; 2013-10-10)
Mapping and obstacle avoidance algorithms for quadrotors in the indoor environments
Oral, Ömer; Turgut, Ali Emre; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2019)
Recently, there has been increased interest for search and rescue missions with autonomous flying vehicles. However, as most of the designed techniques are suitable for outdoors, only a few techniques have been developed for indoors. SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) is a method that allows autonomous robots to navigate in both indoor and outdoor environments. Localization part can be easily performed using a GPS(Global Positioning System) outdoors. On the contrary, GPS cannot be used indoors. In...
Mapping Human–Computer Interaction Research Themes and Trends from Its Existence to Today: A Topic Modeling-Based Review of past 60 Years
GÜRCAN, FATİH; Cagiltay, Nergiz Ercil; Çağıltay, Kürşat (Informa UK Limited, 2020-01-01)
As it covers a wide spectrum, the research literature of human-computer interaction (HCI) studies has a rich and multi-disciplinary content where there are limited studies demonstrating the big picture of the field. Such an analysis provides researchers with a better understanding of the field, revealing current issues, challenges, and potential research gaps. This study aims to explore the research trends in the developmental stages of the HCI studies over the past 60 years. Automated text mining with prob...
Tufan, Aybüke; Çalışkan, Olgu; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2022-8-31)
Maps have been primary representations of space for centuries and the traditional approaches in cartographic production have bounded mapping practices in a rigid, conventional, and scientific framework. Within that framework, the relationship between maps and urbanism was limited to the representative aspects of mapping to read the visible elements of geographies, regions, cities, and built environments. However, with the post-representative, post-structuralist and postmodern theories on maps and mapping, a...
Mapping non-places through user-generated data: the case of ankara
Demiröz, Melek; Alanyalı Aral, Ela; Department of Architecture (2021-7-12)
“Place” as a phenomenon has been a long-debated topic in many research areas, from architecture to geography as well as in anthropology. In recent decades, people have lived in a fast-paced and homogenized world where change is constant as a result of advances in digital technology. In parallel to that, the perception and the experience of place is changing through time along with these advances. In other words, since the notion of “place” is highly related to people and their experiences, it is also in co...
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H. E. Aral, Mapping – A Tool for Visualising “Lived Space” in Architecture. 2016, p. 243.