Raffaele Attardi

Raffaele Attardi
University of Naples Federico II | UNINA · Department of Architecture

MSc Building Engineering and Architecture

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5 Research Items
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Additional affiliations
October 2014 - January 2015
Autonomous University of Barcelona
Position
  • Visiting PhD student

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Publications (13)
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In this research paper, we define and test an ELECTRE III-based approach to the construction of non-compensatory composite indicators; these indicators are used for the evaluation of environmental and social performances of urban and regional planning policies. We tested the methodology for the construction of the Land-Use Policy Efficiency Index (...
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Currently, within each urban-regeneration project, an ambitious improvement in the energy performance of existing buildings is foreseen. Consequently, refurbishing the building stock should be approached as a piece of a wider, complex project. This means no longer treating it as a mere technical problem, to be solved simply by upgrading energy syst...
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The final publication is available at: link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-42089-9_12 The interplay between land take and climate change is reviving the debate on the environmental impacts of urbanization. Monitoring and evaluation of land-cover and land-use changes have secured political commitment worldwide, and in the European Union in...
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The expected utility theory assumes that the advantage of an agent under conditions of uncertainty can be calculated as a weighted average of the utilities in each state as possible, by using as weights the likelihood of the occurrence of individual states. The expected utility is thus an expected value (according to the terminology of the theory o...
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In 2006 European Commission stated that soil, fairly recognisable as an ecosystem structure, can be considered essentially as a non-renewable resource, thus triggering both studies for the assessment of land take phenomenon and actions for its mitigation and reduction. In last two decades, a deeper and ecosystem approach to land-use policies target...
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The paper aims at the development of a Collaborative Multi-Criteria Spatial Decision Support System (C-MC SDSS) for the evaluation of multifunctional landscape according to a human smart perspective. The C-MC SDSS addresses landscape transformation and preservation processes, leading to consistent choices with the principles of local self-sustainab...
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In recent decades, the port areas of many European cities have undergone urban redevelopment which started from waterfront regeneration, and represented an opportunity for redevelopment on a wider scale. In this research paper we integrate different stakeholders’ targets for, and feelings about building a shared vision for the future development of...
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The procedures for the assignment of design tasks for urban transformation plans distinguish between direct assignment and public competition. The paper examines two case studies of waterfront regeneration in Apulia Region (Italy) which are characterized by two different procedures for the assignment of design tasks. A set of criteria for a multidi...
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The purpose of this paper is to define a methodological proposal towards a Spatial Decision Support System for strategic planning, based on the evaluation of Cultural Landscape Services (CLS). A combination of multidimensional evaluation techniques, multi-group analysis and Geographic Information Systems is applied to the simulation of landscape en...
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The environmental and social costs of the extensive and intensive development of new areas not yet built are increasingly relevant . For this reason land use decisions are increasingly oriented to consider the development of the city from its existing perimeter , giving up models that generate urban sprawl. It is also being used increasingly in urb...
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In this research paper we try to integrate different stakeholders’ targets and feelings to build a shared vision for the future development of the city, through the evaluation of district visual quality. The proposed methodological framework consists of some assessment steps, which combine tools of sociological research and decision-making support...
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Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) is a major policy evaluation tool, for institutional processes, when they need to cope with fundamental risks, give voice to non-human agents, manage commons, and address environmental justice. The interplay of SEA with planning, unravels key issues and criticalities in both urban governance and environmenta...

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