Research on the Promotion Path of Public Space Vitality of Traditional Villages based on GIS and Space Syntax

-- Take Nuhei Village as an Example

Authors

  • Jing Luo
  • Wei Chen
  • Huilin Wang
  • Shujing Li

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54691/fse.v2i12.3285

Keywords:

Traditional Villages; GIS; Spatial Syntax; Vitality of Public Spaces; Lift Path.

Abstract

From the perspective of the three current situations of "social structure investigation - public space identification - spatial vitality status", and according to the logical idea of "element identification-analysis and evaluation-information spatialization-relationship establishment", syntactic analysis, GIS spatial distribution analysis, GIS status spatial vitality analysis are carried out, and the causes of the use of public space in the current villages are analyzed and continuously corrected, and the influence scheme of the vitality of traditional village public space is obtained in the analysis and feedback between the three plates. And propose an optimization path.

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Published

2022-12-22

How to Cite

Luo, J., Chen, W., Wang, H., & Li, S. (2022). Research on the Promotion Path of Public Space Vitality of Traditional Villages based on GIS and Space Syntax: -- Take Nuhei Village as an Example. Frontiers in Science and Engineering, 2(12), 23–32. https://doi.org/10.54691/fse.v2i12.3285

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