Peter Eisenman, Vincent Moore, Peter Wolf, Victor Cliandro, Thomas Schumacher, and Judith Magel, "Streets in the Central Area of a Small American City," found in Stanford Anderson, Ed., On Streets, The MIT Press, 1978


Once goals and interventions have been enumerated, the relationship between them can be quantified. If, for example, an increasingly simple order of the form leads to a corresponding increase in the link capacity of the street and in the overt structure of the context, then an increase in the variety of the form may result in a decrease in both the link capacity of the street and the apparent structure of the context. The Process Matrix is used to develop the actual normative relationships for a particular street type; that is, the relationship between the normative goal intervention and a particular street type.