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Optimizing Spatial Adjacencies Using Evolutionary Parametric Tools Nov 30, 2015 Christopher Boon (Portland State University), Corey Griffin, Assoc. AIA (Portland State University), Nicholas Papaefthimious, AIA, LEED AP BD+C (ZGF Architects LLP), Jonah Ross (ZGF Architects LLP), Kip Storey (ZGF Architects LLP)
Evolutionary Parametric Analysis for Optimizing Spatial Adjacencies Apr 06, 2015 Christopher Boon (Portland State University), Corey T. Griffin (Portland State University), Nicholas Papaefthimiou (ZGF Architects), Jonah Ross (ZGF Architects), Kip Storey (ZGF Architects)
Suitability for Infill Development: A Multi-criteria and Spatial Assessment Approach Feb 12, 2014 Azza Kamal (The University of Texas at San Antonio)
Methods for Integrating Spatial Analysis in Assessment of Community Sustainability Mar 27, 2013 Azza Kamal (University of Texas at San Antonio), Hazem Rashed-Ali (University of Texas at San Antonio)
Process Modeling Informing the Size of Waiting Spaces Jan 01, 2013 Marvina Williams, RN, Lean Black Belt (Perkins+Will), Sudhan Chinnappan, IE, MSIE, Six Sigma Green Belt, Amanda Mewborn, RN, IE, MSHS, Lean Black Belt (Perkins+Will)
A Simple Model for Comparing Healthcare Staff Walking Efficiencies Across Different Hospital Floor Plan Designs Sep 26, 2012 Jeff Tyner, AIA, LEED AP BD+C (Perkins+Will), Sandra S. Dunbar, RN-BC (Gwinett Medical Center), Bowman O. Davis, Jr., PhD (Kennesaw State University)
Navigating Urban Spaces Demands Attention: Evidence from Physiological Indices of Arousal and Visual Attention Sep 20, 2012 Kevin R. Barton, MA (University of Waterloo, Ontario), Colin Ellard, PhD (University of Waterloo, Ontario)
Planning of the Pre-Concept Architectural Design for the McGill University Health Centre, Montreal Jul 01, 2003 Robert A. Hamilton
Development of a Tool for Evaluating Proximity Requirements in the Programming and Design of a New Hospital Jul 01, 2003 Marc Pineault, MHA, CHRP (McGill University Health Centre)
High Touch, High Tech, High Flexibility – Reducing Obsolescence in Patient Care Environments Jul 01, 2000 Mohinder S. Datta, AIA (Kaplan McLaughlin Diaz)