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Problems of judgement in programmatic analysis in architecture: the synthesis of partial evaluations

ALEXANDER TZONIS and OVADIA SALAMA
Journal of Architectural Research
Vol. 4, No. 2 (August 1975), pp. 47-54
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43475167
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Abstract

A large number of architectural problems involve multiple points of view according to which a choice has to be made either among alternative proposed plans or partial aspects of the solutions. Usually such points of view cannot be reduced to a common denominator. This paper analyses the difficulties that relate to such conditions and a method which aids the decision maker in overcoming them. The criterion for proposing the method is basically its operationality. The problem does not have a formal solution.

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