2019 Architectural Planning II

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Undergraduate major in Architecture and Building Engineering
Fujii Haruyuki  Oki Takuya 
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Course description and aims

Introduction to the methodologies of architectural and urban planning and designing.
Details of the methodologies will be discussed in the related classes in the 400th and 500th level.

Student learning outcomes

To acquire basic skills for architecture, urban, and community planning.


Environmental Psychology, Mathematical Planning, Urban Planning, Community Design

Competencies that will be developed

Specialist skills Intercultural skills Communication skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills

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Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1
Class 2
Class 3 Correlation and causal relationship in building and city 1 Correlation analysis, Regression analysis, Cross analysis
Class 4 Correlation and causal relationship in building and city 2 Multiple regression analysis, Quantification theory type I
Class 5 Extraction and summarization of potential structures in building and city 1 Factor analysis, Quantification theory type III
Class 6 Extraction and summarization of potential structures in building and city 2 Principal component analysis
Class 7 Classification method in building and city Cluster analysis
Class 8 Visualization method of similarity Multidimensional scaling, Self-organizing map
Class 9
Class 10
Class 11 Human behavior model and simulation 1 Basics of human behavior model and simulation
Class 12 Human behavior model and simulation 2 Complexity simulation and its application
Class 13
Class 14



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Assessment criteria and methods

Assignments: 100%.

Related courses

  • ARC.P201 : Introduction to Architectural Planning
  • ARC.P202 : Architectural Planning I
  • ARC.P203 : Exercise in Architectural Planning
  • ARC.A202 : Architectural Design and Drawing II
  • ARC.A301 : Architectural Design and Drawing III
  • ARC.A304 : Architectural Design and Drawing IV
  • ARC.P441 : Theories in Urban Analysis and Planning I
  • ARC.P401 : Theories in Architectural Planning II
  • ESD.C401 : Design Theories
  • ESD.F501 : Practical Theories in Man Environment System Design

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

Theories in Architectural Planning, Architectural Planning I

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