Analysis of article using Artificial Intelligence tools
|Author||Suriandjo H.S.; Surya B.; Salman D.; Bahri S.; Manaf M.; Muhibuddin A.; Yudono A.; Syafri S.|
|Title||DYNAMIC MODELLING AND SOCIO-SPATIAL TRANSFORMATION OF URBAN ARCHITECTURE: EVIDENCE FROM INDONESIAN COASTAL CITIES|
Suriandjo H.S.; Surya B.; Salman D.; Bahri S.; Manaf M.; Muhibuddin A.; Yudono A.; Syafri S. DYNAMIC MODELLING AND SOCIO-SPATIAL TRANSFORMATION OF URBAN ARCHITECTURE: EVIDENCE FROM INDONESIAN COASTAL CITIES,Theoretical and Empirical Researches in Urban Management 18 1
|Keywords||Indonesia; architecture; coastal zone; social segregation; sustainability; sustainable development; transformation
|Link to article|| https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85147803350&partnerID=40&md5=b1fc49956ba3c7fb7e2ec561255ff2ab
|Abstract||This study relates the social, economic, and environmental aspects of sustainable development with urban architecture. The data were obtained by observation and using questionnaires, while the analysis approach uses Multidimensional Scaling method, combined with System Dynamic approach, in order to develop scenarios, policies and sustainability strategies. The results of the analysis highlight eight main levers for the sustainability of the socio-spatial transformation of urban architecture, namely: waste pollution, residential densification, income, hope for a new job that can be a permanent livelihood, social class, rooted culture, architectural type and style, and land use intensity. An optimistic scenario through interventions on eight leverage factors could raise the sustainability status from an the initial value of 46.81 (less sustainable) to 76.24 (sustainable). © 2023, Research Centre in Public Administration and Public Services,cademy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania. All rights reserved.