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Study on the Visual Quantification Control of Spatial Scale in Garden Landscape

Xiang Liu

Abstract


From the  most   basic visual  physiological  characteristics among of  the decisive factors of  spatial scale , the control  of  stadia and visual  angle on the garden space distribution  and the  common   quantification control  laws    on spatial  scale  were  analyzed and summarized.

Keywords


Garden landscape; Spatial scale; Stadia; Visual angle

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/wc.v1i1.26

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