Ruth Conroy Dalton
Ruth Conroy Dalton
Professor of Building Usability and Visualisation
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TitleCited byYear
The secret is to follow your nose: Route path selection and angularity
RC Dalton
Environment and Behavior 35 (1), 107-131, 2003
4082003
Spatial navigation in immersive virtual environments
RA Conroy
University of London, 2001
1892001
Getting lost in buildings
LA Carlson, C Hölscher, TF Shipley, RC Dalton
Current Directions in Psychological Science 19 (5), 284-289, 2010
1342010
Agent behaviour simulator (abs): A platform for urban behaviour development
F Tecchia, C Loscos, R Dalton, Y Chrysanthou
1222001
Measuring the effects of layout upon visitors' spatial behaviors in open plan exhibition settings
J Peponis, RC Dalton, J Wineman, N Dalton
Environment and Planning B: Planning and design 31 (3), 453-473, 2004
1162004
Virtual reality as an empirical research tool—Exploring user experience in a real building and a corresponding virtual model
SF Kuliga, T Thrash, RC Dalton, C Hölscher
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 54, 363-375, 2015
1132015
Spatial navigation in immersive virtual environments
R Conroy-Dalton
University of London, 2001
852001
To tame a TIGER one has to know its nature: extending weighted angular integration analysis to the descriptionof GIS road-centerline data for large scale urban analysis
NS Dalton, J Peponis, R Conroy-Dalton
762003
The syntactical image of the city: A reciprocal definition of spatial elements and spatial syntaxes
R Conroy-Dalton, S Bafna
622003
Linking objective measures of space to cognition and action
C Zimring, RC Dalton
Environment and Behavior 35 (1), 3-16, 2003
572003
The syntactical image of the city: a reciprocal definition of spatial elements and spatial syntaxes
R Dalton, S Bafna
532003
Shared visiting in EQUATOR city
I MacColl, B Brown, S Benford, M Chalmers, R Dalton, N Dalton, A Galani, ...
Association for Computing Machinery, 2002
492002
Space syntax and spatial cognition
RC Dalton, C Hölscher, A Turner
World Architecture 11, 41-45, 2005
442005
OmniVista: an application for Isovist field and path analysis
R Conroy-Dalton, N Dalton
342001
Understanding space: the nascent synthesis of cognition and the syntax of spatial morphologies
RC Dalton, C Hölscher, A Turner
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 39 (1), 7-11, 2012
302012
Wayfinding and spatial configuration: evidence from street corners
B Emo, C Hoelscher, J Wiener, R Dalton
PUC, 2012
282012
Measuring environments for public displays: a space syntax approach
SN Dalton, P Marshall, RC Dalton
CHI'10 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 3841-3846, 2010
272010
Intelligent Architecture: new tools for the three dimensional analysis of space and built form
A Penn, R Conroy, N Dalton, L Dekker, C Mottram, A Turner
First International Space Syntax Symposium, 1997
271997
Path, theme and narrative in open plan exhibition settings
J Peponis, R Dalton, J Wineman
262003
The virtual tate
M Batty, R Conroy, B Hillier, B Jiang, J Desyllas, C Mottrom, A Penn, ...
Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL), 1998
261998
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