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150 most sensible Sustainable condominium Ideas good points the most recent techniques in environmentally pleasant domestic layout. From heating and cooling recommendations to wind strength structures, sun paneling, thermal glazing, or even Trombe partitions, the information featured inside of are complemented by means of images and architectural plans of lovely, sustainable homes world wide.

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For the implementation of SANN, it is crucial to select “good examples” to feed the network. Therefore the records have been split into three different sets (Fig. 4): x The first one, composed by 1662 records of “stable green” cells at both the times, has been excluded from NN processing; x The second one, containing 1041 records for the cells urbanised at one or at both times, has been used for training and prediction; x The third one, concerning green cells with urbanised neighbourhood at 1994, has been used only for prediction.

Moreover, the new residence seems to be attracted by the proximity to other activities (industry and commerce). Indeed, this spatial feature characterizes the urban quality of the Italian historical cities and villages and holds particularly in this territory. Diappi, Bolchi, and Buscema 47 New productive settlements will be based mainly around the existing large industrial areas, showing a location criterion mainly driven by agglomeration economies. Such behaviour characterizes also the larger new settlements predicted from the NN for commerce, which, in the considered area, are clustering around new development poles near the highway and far from the urbanised areas.

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