Comment 68420

By George (registered) | Posted August 25, 2011 at 08:39:13 in reply to Comment 68341

From Nikos Salingaros' conclusion

A clear picture emerges, of a city whose complexity is based on many more short-range connections than long-range connections. Cities need to re-establish a vast number of nearest-neighbor couplings, as well as a sizable number at various intermediate lengths. A living city's central characteristic, moreover, is that it is constantly readjusting all of its links. Any planning effort must therefore help rather than hinder this natural process of reconnection.

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