Monday, March 7, 2011

Mary and I are investigating what a neighborhood line encompasses in terms of how and why these neighborhood lines were initially derived. The lines that mark what constitutes as neighborhood seemingly follow the rail line, in which it seems often the case that neither neighborhood on either side wishes to claim it as part of its own identity. Our GIS mapping wishes to discover latency in forcing the TINS of like height values across the line to discover new type of neighborhoods through various means of selecting and z-value alterations, and to eventually encourage the rail line's engagement in a new type of urban strategy.

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