Microcomputers in Landscape Architecture
Edward Bruce MacDougall
Elsevier, Jan 1, 1983 - Architecture - 271 pages
Potential applications. Introduction to the basic language. Elements of advanced basic. Digital terrain models. Slope, solar potential, and runoff. Line plotting. Perspectives. Sun and shadow calculations. Eathwork calculations. Plant selection. Regional analysis and landscape assessment. Project management: the critical path method. The ASCII character set. Plotting programs. The mathematics of perspectives.
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array ASCII assignment statement axis BASIC program Bruce MacDougall capability chapter computer program conversion factors Coordinates of point critical path critical path analysis CRTMAP data values dBASE described digital terrain model dimensions disk distance dot matrix printer drawing space DTM file earthwork elevation entered Equivalent latitude example FIGURE FORTRAN function geographic information system GOSUB GOTO graphic grid Hampshire Village DTM horizontal hour angle Houston Instrument inches INPUT Q landscape architecture language let us assume line file LISTING machine machine language map cell map matrix mesh point microcomputers number of columns number of points number of rows operation Output file PERSP perspective plot plotter point viewed polygon printer radians REM Variables alphabetically runoff RUNOFF program shadow solar altitude solar azimuth SOLPATH stored string subroutine surface symbols technique terminal variable names vector versions of BASIC vertical video screen view plane