ayse ozbil
ayse ozbil
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Understanding the link between street connectivity, land use and pedestrian flows
A Ozbil, J Peponis, B Stone
Urban Design International 16 (2), 125-141, 2011
1272011
The effects of urban form on walking to transit
A Ozbil, J Peponis
Eigth International Space syntax Symposium, 1-15, 2012
302012
Modeling street connectivity and pedestrian movement according to standard GIS street network representations
A Özbil, J Peponis
6th International Space Syntax Symposium, 2007
282007
Modeling walkability: The effects of street design, street-network configuration and land-use on pedestrian movement
A Özbil, D Yeşiltepe, G Argin
A| Z ITU Journal of the Faculty of Architecture 12 (3), 189-207, 2015
262015
Pedestrian route choice by elementary school students: The role of street network configuration and pedestrian quality attributes in walking to school
A Ozbil, G Argin, D Yesiltepe
International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation 4 (2), 67-84, 2016
192016
The effect of built space on wayfinding in urban environments: a study of the historical peninsula in Istanbul
A Kubat, AO Torun, O Ozer, H Ekinoglu
Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, 2012
162012
The effects of street configuration on transit ridership
A Ozbil, J Peponis, S Bafna
7th International Space Syntax Symposium. Stockholm: KTH School of …, 2009
162009
Walking to the station: The effects of street connectivity on walkability and access to transit
AN Ozbil
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010
132010
Introduction of a spatio-temporal mapping based POE method for outdoor spaces: Suburban university campus as a case study
Ö Göçer, K Göçer, AM Başol, MF Kıraç, A Özbil, M Bakovic, FP Siddiqui, ...
Building and environment 145, 125-139, 2018
112018
Modeling walking behavior in cities based on street network and land-use characteristics: The case of İstanbul
A Özbil
METU Journal of the Faculty of Architecture 30 (2), 2013
102013
Defining a strategical framework for urban pedestrianization projects
AS Kubat, O Ozer, A Ozbil
The Ninth International Space Syntax Symposium, 2013
102013
Governing without Control: Turkey’s “Struggle” with International Migration
D Sert, U Yildiz
The Making of Neoliberal Turkey, 53-71, 2016
82016
Comparative associations of street network design, streetscape attributes and land-use characteristics on pedestrian flows in peripheral neighbourhoods
A Ozbil, T Gurleyen, D Yesiltepe, E Zunbuloglu
International journal of environmental research and public health 16 (10), 1846, 2019
72019
A quantitative investigation of the factors affecting patterns of occupation in a suburban campus: The case of Ozyegin University In Istanbul
A Ozbil, O Gocer, M Bakovic, K Gocer
ArchNet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research 12 (2), 98, 2018
72018
Modeling street connectivity, pedestrian movement and land-use according to standard GIS street network representations: A Comparative Study
A Özbil, J Peponis, B Stone
The 4th Joint Conference of the Association of European Schools of Planning, 2008
62008
Usage of Landmarks in Virtual Environments for Wayfinding: Research on the influence of global landmarks
D Yesiltepe, R Dalton, A Ozbil, N Dalton, S Noble, M Hornberger, ...
Space Syntax Symposium, 2019
52019
Walking to school: The effects of street network configuration and urban design qualities on route selection behaviour of elementary school students
G Argin, AO Torun
Space Syntax Laboratory, 2015
42015
Home and school environmental correlates of childhood BMI
A Özbil, D Yeşiltepe, G Argın
Journal of Transport & Health 16, 100823, 2020
32020
Physiological responses to urban design during bicycling: A naturalistic investigation
G Rybarczyk, A Ozbil, E Andresen, Z Hayes
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 68, 79-93, 2020
32020
Children’s Active School Travel: Examining the Combined Perceived and Objective Built-Environment Factors from Space Syntax
A Ozbil, D Yesiltepe, G Argin, G Rybarczyk
International journal of environmental research and public health 18 (1), 286, 2021
2021
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