1. Active Edge presentation

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    • Active Transportation Planning

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      Active Transportation (AT) means using human power to get around. This kind of transportation includes walking, biking, skateboarding, rollerblading or any other form of self powered transportation. John McMullen at Plan by Design has been working in bicycle and pedestrian planning for more than 18 year and has developed trails and bicycle plans in Ontario, Canada and in the State of Wyoming.

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      • ActiviTree: Interactive Visual Exploration of Sequences in Event-Based Data Using Graph Similarity

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        AUTHORS: Katerina Vrotsou, Jimmy Johansson, Matthew Cooper ABSTRACT: The identification of significant sequences in large and complex event-based temporal data is a challenging problem with applications in many areas of today's information intensive society. Pure visual representations can be used for the analysis, but are constrained to small data sets. Algorithmic search mechanisms used for larger data sets become expensive as the data size increases and typically focus on frequency of occurrence to reduce the computational complexity, often overlooking important infrequent sequences and outliers. In this paper we introduce an interactive visual data mining approach based on an adaptation of techniques developed for Web searching, combined with an intuitive visual interface, to facilitate user-centred exploration of the data and identification of sequences significant to that user. The search algorithm used in the exploration executes in negligible time, even for large data, and so no pre-processing of the selected data is required, making this a completely interactive experience for the user. Our particular application area is social science diary data but the technique is applicable across many other disciplines.

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        • A+D = A Conversation With Timothy Kent

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          Tim has been thinking about urban development and residential design for over 20 years. His work is the result of collaboration among professionals, all contributing their particular expertise. “One of the things about this profession is that you never stop learning. It’s impossible to just know it all. You can’t. Because it’s constantly changing, we need help in understanding what’s important and what’s not.”

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          • A Day in the Life of Maidan Gamal Abd el Nasser, (aka Baniyas, Nasser, Nasr Square). DUBAI

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            Full time-lapse video. Soundtrack recorded in the square. (Date: March/April 2013)

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            • A Day in the Life - Urban Planning

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              My take on the day in the life of an Urban Planner in SEQ. Planning Practicum 2015, Griffith University

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              • Aerial Demo Reel - Andrew Armstrong

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                Various aerial shots of public spaces, landscapes, and architecture by Andrew Armstrong. andrewjarmstrong.com

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                • Aerotropolis: The Way We’ll Live Next

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                  At CCIM Live! Greg Lindsay, co-author of Aerotropolis, The Way We’ll Live Next, provided a fascinating look at how future urban planning could change the way CCIMs conduct business. The concept of the aerotropolis – a giant airport surrounded by a planned city, shipping facility, and business hub - is now reshaping life in Seoul and Amsterdam, in China and India, in Dallas and Washington, D.C. Lindsay will discusses how the impact of air travel and technology, combined with a global economy, will play a role in future urban planning in an interconnected world. Visit live.ccim.com for more information about CCIM Live! Get more information about Lindsay's book at http://www.amazon.com/Aerotropolis-Way-Well-Live-Next/dp/0374100195

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                  • Aerrial Motion Graphics for Residential and Commercial Development

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                    Combination of motion graphics inside aerial footage. Great for renderings, planning, and concept.

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                    • A Generative Method for Infrastructure Emergence

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                      Every society has structures which influence collective behavior. With all of the possible configurations of people in a population, the question emerges for designers of how to implement a method to use the collective information and create a successful design solution. We show how the fractal shape can emerge from a generative process that takes information on the scale of individuals or groups, and uses it to design a permanent infrastructure on the scale of a city. In this sense, we grow cities consisting of individuals and roads, starting from just individuals. see www.whichlight.com for details

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