Published: 27 June 2022

InfAR at 13th Space Syntax Symposium

We presented five papers at the SSS13 in Bergen, Norway, thematically ranging from Traffic Modeling over Behaviour Prediction up to Virtual Reality based User Studies.

From 20th to 24th June 2022 we attended the 13th Space Syntax Symposium in Bergen, Norway.

Abdulmalik Abdulmawla presented a paper on the Mapping of Active Frontages in Urban Space. Martin Bielik presented a paper on the comparison of Traffic Models and Space Syntax for assisting Mobility Planning in Ethiopia and a second one on predicting sitting behavior in public urban parks. Ekaterina Fuchkina presented her work on accelerating graph based spatial analysis using a "Blocked Dijkstra" approach and Grayson Bailey and Olaf Kammler presented our work on VR-based User Studies for evaluating train station designs.