Research in architecture
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Left, data of light pollution in the UK. Right analysis of where should cities be depending on the road network, using different thresholds.

Zoom in the overlay of the analysis of Roman Britain and the analysis of its road network

Zoom in the overlay of the analysis of Roman Britain and the analysis of its road network

Analysis of Roman Britain. 1- location of most important cities, 2- analysis overlayed to actual map, 3- cutoff of the analysis showing the most important cities, 4- complete analysis with the road network

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This work portrays current on-going work that uses a centrality analysis and a KDE (Kernel-density estimator) to using the road network detect the most likely places for cities to appear and their relative importance and size.

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Carlos Molinero. Architect + PhD. in computer science. Contact: mail@carlosmolinero.com