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[…] a new generation, fueled by new computer techniques and a desire to escape their perceived oedipal anxieties – the generation of their mentors – is today proposing a new theory of the diagram based partly on Gilles Deleuze's interpretation of Foucault's recasting of the diagram as “a series of machinic forces,' and partly on their own cybernetic hallucinations. In their polemic, the diagram has become a key word in the interpretation of the new. They challenge both the traditional geometric bases of the diagram and the sedimented history of architecture, and in so doing question any relation of the diagram to architecture's anteriority or interiority. Eisenman ANY 23 issue of 1998, 'Diagram Work'


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8. Instrumentalizing the strategy

primary node

secondary node

dwelling and local corridor

tertiary node

industry and regional corridor

8.2. Scenarios

pattern. A mixing matrix is devised, on basis of which the two matrixes get converted into one. Mix matrix specifies which growth pattern will be followed in a specific part of the final matrix.

mixing / separation of the main sectors of the corridors - dwelling on one hand and industry on the other.

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slower growth (industry and regional corridor)

With the mix matrix we are also controlling

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fast growth pattern and one for the slow growth

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Two population matrixes are created, one for the

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node definition

8.2.3. Scenario 03

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8. Instrumentalizing the strategy

Parameters: Step no. for node activation Secondary node Primary node 1 8

8.2. Scenarios

Growth cut step 40

Node change interval 8

Growth step of components 2

8.2.1. Scenario 01

Component classes 0 1 2 0.00 4.50 4.50

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First scenario is showing a simple linear growth of both corridors.

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Growth starts in a mixing node where new corridors meet. First, a primary node is created, than the fabric growths laterally from that node. Secondary nodes start to form in the 6th step. Tertiary in the 15th. There is a clear separation between local and global corridor organizations.

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Parameters: Step no. for node activation Secondary node Primary node 1/5 7 / 14

8.2. Scenarios

Growth cut step 40 / 40

Node change interval 7/9

Growth step of components 1.50 / 2

8.2.3. Scenario 03

Component classes 0 1 2 0.00 5.00 5.00

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This scenario explores the possibility of slightly faster and more pronaunced development of

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dwelling and tertiary sector. The growth of dwelling and local nodes is faster. The regional corridor, where the industry is developing, starts to develop with a delay, therefore dwelling components start to permeate the regional corridor in certain places. This scenario also explores possibility of growth of the nodes. In certain steps, nodes start to grow laterally, replacing the already built components.

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