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Mapping Architecture
Author(s):
(unknown)
Institution:
IAA - Institute for Advanced Architecture
Year:
2001
URL:
http://la.advancedarchitecture.org/Proposals/ArtificialIntelligibility
Project Description:
Artificial Intelligibility is the name of a project initiated by the Institute for Advanced Architecture in 2001 in order to develop a software system for the accumulation and display of various social networks comprising architecture.

The "Mapping Architecture" prototype allows users of the World Wide Web to browse the AI database as a series of static (although dynamically generated) images. For example, by clicking on Le Corbusier or Rem Koolhaas, the user fixes their perspective at a particular point in information space, and moves on from there. These images show a version of the prototype where relationships are based on three degrees of separation.

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