Alan Penn
Alan Penn
Professor UCL
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Natural movement: or, configuration and attraction in urban pedestrian movement
B Hillier, A Penn, J Hanson, T Grajewski, J Xu
Environment and Planning B: planning and design 20 (1), 29-66, 1993
From isovists to visibility graphs: a methodology for the analysis of architectural space
A Turner, M Doxa, D O'sullivan, A Penn
Environment and Planning B: Planning and design 28 (1), 103-121, 2001
Space syntax and spatial cognition: or why the axial line?
A Penn
Environment and behavior 35 (1), 30-65, 2003
Creating life: or, does architecture determine anything?
B Hillier, R Burdett, J Peponis, A Penn
Architecture & Comportement/Architecture & Behaviour 3 (3), 233-250, 1986
Configurational modelling of urban movement networks
A Penn, B Hillier, D Banister, J Xu
Environment and Planning B: planning and design 25 (1), 59-84, 1998
Encoding natural movement as an agent-based system: an investigation into human pedestrian behaviour in the built environment
A Turner, A Penn
Environment and planning B: Planning and Design 29 (4), 473-490, 2002
Space syntax methodology
K Al-Sayed, A Turner, B Hillier, S Iida, A Penn
Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL: London, UK, 2014
An algorithmic definition of the axial map
A Turner, A Penn, B Hillier
Environment and Planning B: planning and design 32 (3), 425-444, 2005
The space of innovation: interaction and communication in the work environment
A Penn, J Desyllas, L Vaughan
Environment and planning B: Planning and design 26 (2), 193-218, 1999
Making isovists syntactic: isovist integration analysis
A Turner, A Penn
2nd International Symposium on Space Syntax, Brasilia, 1999
Space syntax based agent simulation
A Penn, A Turner
Springer-Verlag, 2002
Visible colleges: structure and randomness in the place of discovery
B Hillier, A Penn
Science in context 4 (1), 23-50, 1991
Rejoinder to carlo ratti
B Hillier, A Penn
Environment and Planning B: Planning and design 31 (4), 501-511, 2004
Linking the spatial syntax of cognitive maps to the spatial syntax of the environment
YO Kim, A Penn
Environment and behavior 36 (4), 483-504, 2004
Instrumenting the city: Developing methods for observing and understanding the digital cityscape
E O’Neill, V Kostakos, T Kindberg, AF Schiek, A Penn, DS Fraser, T Jones
UbiComp 2006: Ubiquitous Computing: 8th International Conference, UbiComp …, 2006
Scaling and universality in the micro-structure of urban space
R Carvalho, A Penn
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 332, 539-547, 2004
Data-driven urban management: Mapping the landscape
Z Engin, J van Dijk, T Lan, PA Longley, P Treleaven, M Batty, A Penn
Journal of Urban Management 9 (2), 140-150, 2020
Spatial distribution of urban pollution: civilizing urban traffic
B Croxford, A Penn, B Hillier
Science of the total environment 189, 3-9, 1996
Spatiality and transpatiality in workplace environments
K Sailer, A Penn
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), 2009
Automated measurement of crowd density and motion using image processing
SA Velastin, JH Yin, AC Davies, MA Vicencio-Silva, RE Allsop, A Penn
Seventh International Conference on Road Traffic Monitoring and Control …, 1994
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