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Quarterly statistics: Built Environment, Q3 2012

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1 van Ree, H.J. (2010) Service quality indicators for business support services. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 3136
2 Adell, German (1999) Theories and models of the peri-urban interface: a changing conceptual landscape. Development Planning Unit, UCL: London, UK. 1160
3 Manoochehri, J. (2010) Social policy and housing: reflections of social values. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 986
4 Vaughan, L (2008) Mapping the East End 'Labyrinth'. In: Werner, A, (ed.) Jack the Ripper and the East End Labyrinth. (218 - 237). Random House: London. 646
5 Guzik, A. (2009) Digital fabrication inspired design: Influence of fabrication parameters on a design process. Masters thesis, UCL (University College London). 561
6 Skitmore, M and Smyth, H (2007) Pricing construction work: a marketing viewpoint. Construction Management and Economics , 25 (6) 619 - 630. 10.1080/01446190701280710. 528
7 Hillier, B. (2007) Space is the machine, part one: theoretical preliminaries. In: Space is the machine: a configurational theory of architecture. (pp. 1-109). Space Syntax: London, UK. 513
8 Steadman, P (2006) Why are most buildings rectangular? Architectural Research Quarterly , 10 (2) 119 - 130. 10.1017/S1359135506000200. 509
9 Croxford, B and Scott, K (2006) Can PV or solar thermal systems be cost effective ways of reducing CO 2 emissions for residential buildings? In: Campbell-Howe, R, (ed.) Solar 2006: Renewable Energy - Key to Climate Recovery. American Solar Energy Society (ASES): Denver, US. 464
10 Georgiou, M. (2006) Architectural privacy: a topological approach to relational design problems. Masters thesis, UCL (University College London). 460
11 Conroy-Dalton, R and Bafna, S (2003) The syntactical image of the city:a reciprocal definition of spatial elements and spatial syntaxes. In: (Proceedings) 4th International Space Syntax Symposium. : London, UK. 456
12 Lababedi, Z. (2008) The urban development of Damascus: a study of its past, present and future. Masters thesis, UCL (University College London). 455
13 Kunze, J. (2005) The revival of high-rise living in the UK and issues of cost and revenue in relation to height. Masters thesis, UCL (University College London). 381
14 Anvuur, A and Kumaraswamy, M and Male, S (2006) Taking forward public procurement reforms in Ghana. In: Serpell, A, (ed.) Proceedings of the 2006 CIB W107: Construction in Developing Countries International Symposium: Construction in Developing Economies: New Issues and Challenges. CIB: Rotterdam, Netherlands. 373
15 LEVY, C (1996) The process of Institutionalising Gender in Policy and Planning: the web of institutionalisation. (DPU Working Papers 74 , pp. ? - ? ). DPU, University College London: London, UK. 364
16 Allen, A and da Silva, N and Corubolo, E (1999) Environmental problems and opportunities of the peri-urban interface and their impact upon the poor. Development Planning Unit, UCL: London, UK. 357
17 Vaughan, L (2007) The spatial form of poverty in Charles Booth's London. In: Vaughan, L, (ed.) The Spatial Syntax of Urban Segregation. (231 - 250). Elsevier 356
18 Pretlove, SEC and Oreszczyn, T (1998) Climate change: impact on the environmental design of buildings. Building Service Engineering Research and Technology , 19 (1) 55 - 58. 346
19 Hanson, J (2001) Morphology and design: reconciling intellect, intuition, and ethics in the reflective practice of architecture. In: (Proceedings) 3rd International Space Syntax Symposium. 320
20 Hanson, J (2004) The inclusive city: delivering a more accessible urban environment through inclusive design. In: (Proceedings) RICS Cobra 2004 International Construction Conference: responding to change. : York, UK. 299
21 Schnädelbach, H. and Penn, A. and Steadman, P. (2007) Mixed Reality Architecture: a dynamic architectural topology. Presented at: 6th International Space Syntax Symposium 2007, Istanbul, Turkey. 296
22 Hawley, C (2002) Kitagata Housing Reconstruction, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. C3 Korea , 0203 (211) 82 - 97. 292
23 Adnan, M. and Singleton, A. and Longley, P. (2010) Developing efficient web-based GIS applications. (CASA Working Papers 153). Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL): London, UK. 291
24 Johnson, William (2007) Lessons from Japan: A comparative study of the market drivers for prefabrication in Japanese and UK private housing development. Masters thesis, UCL (University College London). 288
25 Paksukcharern Thammaruangsri, K. (2003) Node and Place, a study on the spatial process of railway terminus area redevelopment in central London. Doctoral thesis, University of London. 282
26 van Ree, H and McLennan, P (2006) Facilities Management Service Quality Indicators - Benefiting Supplier and Customer. In: Brown, K and Hampson, K and Brandon, P, (eds.) (Proceedings) Clients Driving Innovation: Moving Ideas Into Practice. (pp. 1 - 15). 278
27 Darvishani-Fikouhi, S. (2009) Honeycomb topologies: design rationalization of a free-form space frame structure. Masters thesis, UCL (University College London). 274
28 Pathan, A. and Young, A. and Oreszczyn, T. (2008) UK domestic air conditioning: a study of occupant use and energy efficiency. In: Proceedings of Conference: Air Conditioning and the Low Carbon Cooling Challenge. Network for Comfort and Energy Use in Buildings: London, UK. 261
29 Hillier, B and Sahbaz, O (2007) Beyond hot spots; using space syntax to understand dispersed patterns of crime risk in the built environment. In: (Proceedings) Conference on crime analysis at the Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics, University of California at Los Angeles,January 2007. : University of California at Los Angeles. 258
30 Tenu, V. (2009) Minimal surfaces as self-organizing systems: a particle-spring system simulation for generating triply periodic minimal surface tensegrity structure. Masters thesis, UCL (University College London). 246
31 Turner, A. (2009) A simple model of the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction from first principles. Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, UCL: London, UK. 235
32 Turner, A. (2007) From axial to road-centre lines: a new representation for space syntax and a new model of route choice for transport network analysis. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design , 34 (3) pp. 539-555. 10.1068/b32067. 218
33 Blades, N and Oreszczyn, T and Cassar, M and Bordass, W (2000) Guidelines on Pollution Control in Museum Buildings. In: Martin, D, (ed.) UNSPECIFIED Museums Association: London. 217
34 Terzi, F. and Kaya, H.S. (2008) Analyzing urban sprawl patterns through fractal geometry: the case of Istanbul metropolitan area. (CASA Working Papers 144). Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL): London, UK. 208
35 Hillier, B (2007) Space is the machine: a configurational theory of architecture. Space Syntax: London, UK. 204
36 Ortiz-Chao, C.G. (2008) Land use patterns and access in Mexico City. Presented at: ACSP-AESOP Fourth Joint Congress: Bridging the Divide: Celebrating the City, Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile, Chicago, USA. 198
37 Turner, A and Penn, A and Hillier, B (2005) An algorithmic definition of the axial map. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design , 32 (3) 425 - 444. 193
38 Blades, N and Marchant, G and Greening, P (2007) Impacts of crushed rock quarries on historic villages and cultural landscapes. In: Drdracky, MEA, (ed.) (Proceedings) Proceedings of the 7th European Conference "SAUVEUR", Safeguarded Cultural Heritage - Understanding & Viability for the Enlarged Europe. (pp. 61 - 70). : Prague, Czech Republic. 192
39 Batty, M and Chapman, D and Evans, S and Haklay, M and Kueppers, S and Shiode, N and Hudson-Smith, A and Torrens, PM (2001) Visualizing the City: Communicating Urban Design to Planners and Decision-Makers. In: Brail, RK and Klosterman, RE, (eds.) Planning Support Systems, Models and Visualisation Tools. (405 - 443). ESRI Press and Center Urban Policy Research, Rutgers Universtiy: Redland. 189
40 Turner, A and Doxa, M and O'Sullivan, D and Penn, A (2001) From isovists to visibility graphs: a methodology for the analysis of architectural space. ENVIRON PLANN B , 28 (1) 103 - 121. 178
41 Papadimatos, P. (2005) Physical computing: using everyday objects as communication tools. Masters thesis, UCL (University College London). 175
42 Dan-Azumi, J.J. (2011) Agricultural sustainability of smallholder floodplain agricultural systems: a case study of Fadama areas in North-Central Nigeria. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 156
43 Percival, J and Hanson, J and Johnson, M and Zako, R (2003) Meeting the needs of older peoplewith visual impairment: social care orsocial exclusion? (Occasional Paper 2 ). Thomas Pocklington Trust, UCL (University College London), Thomas Pocklington Trust: London, UK. 148
44 Edwards, M (2001) City design: what went wrong at Milton Keynes? Journal of Urban Design , 6 (1) 87 - 96. 10.1080/13574800120032905. 146
45 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. 139
46 Mavridou, M. (2003) An investigation of the relation of space to society: a discussion on A. Giddens, H. Lefebvre and space syntax. Masters thesis, UCL (University College London). 136
47 Edwards, M (2009) King's Cross: renaissance for whom? In: Punter, J, (ed.) Urban Design, Urban Renaissance and British Cities. (189 - 205). Routledge: London. 135
48 Taylor, J. and Cassar, M. (2008) Representation and intervention: The symbiotic relationship of conservation and value. In: Saunders, D. and Townsend, J.H. and Woodcock, S., (eds.) Conservation and Access: Contributions to the London Congress. (pp. pp. 7-11). IIC (International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works): London, UK. 134
49 Cassar, M and Pender, R (2003) Climate Change and the Historic Environment. 134
50 Aragón-Durand, F.d.J. (2009) Unpacking the social construction of 'natural' disaster through policy discourses and institutional responses in Mexico: the case of Chalco Valley's floods, State of Mexico. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London). 131