Xi Lu

Xi Lu
The University of Sheffield | Sheffield · Department of Landscape

PhD candidate

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Planning is a process in which the contents of planning is gradually refined. However, research in planning communication and perception is often conducted using contrasting scenarios, e.g. by comparing a with/without case. It is not surprising that drastic differences in planning content and representation result in significant differences in perc...
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In community renewal, a thorough understanding of the characteristics of stakeholders and their interactions is essential for achieving community consensus and optimizing the renewal outcomes. Different from the descriptive approaches that are often used for stakeholder analysis in community renewal, this research systematically analyzes the dynami...
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Despite recent developments in the field of visualisation technology and evaluation studies, little research has been carried out on how stakeholders perceive different visu-alisation tools over the longitudinal development of planning projects. Using questionnaires and semi-structured interviews, this study examines the effectiveness of analog too...
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Recently there has been a trend to use visualisation tools for communication and information in the public participatory process. The urban planning exhibition hall (UPEH) in China is a venue for presenting the urban planning perspectives that connect the past, present, and future of one particular area. This study provides new insights into the re...
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This study aims to understand the characteristics of urban biotopes in the context of Xuanwu District (Nanjing, China), in order to elaborate a biotope mapping system and environmental assessment database for the urban landscape management. Basic data include an aerial photograph, a topographic map, a land use map and a compartment map associated w...

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