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He showed that around the mid to late 18th century there was dramatic change in
the way space was organised with in houses, characterised as a move from "pre-
Georgian" to "Georgian" plans (Figure 1). These changes were related to ...
Real co 28– (No = 27) q) : 24 – — — — — — Simulated (U 20- (No = 50) × G) 16*
12– S$ 8 — O ^ 4 — *I I I T I I I 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Figure 4: Distribution curves of
the number of rooms in real and simulated houses. Results A sample of 50 ...
We can be confident that the simulation runs correctly, since in Figure 4, the close
f it of the distribution curves between the nodes of the real and the "randomly"
simulated houses indicates that the latter were of the same size-category as the ...
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