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An Adaptive Workflow to Generate Street Network and Amenity Allocation for Walkable Neighborhood Design (Proceedings of the Symposium on Simulation for Architecture and Urban Design 2020, 2020-05)This paper proposes a novel generative workflow for walkable neighborhood design. Key components of the workflow include automating the process of parsing the map data, building contextual models with population and amenity ...
(Cornell University, 2006-08)Project planning and scheduling when there are both resource constraints and uncertainty in task durations is an important and complex problem. There is a long history of work on deterministic resource-constrained project ...