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Journal:   GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL OF TERRITORY   fall 2017 , Volume 14 , Number 55 #b00501; Page(s) 81 To 95.

Urban Rsilience A binding framework for managing future cities

Author(s):  Namjooyan Farrokh, Razavian Mohammad taghi*, Sarvar Seyed Rahim
* Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran
As cities become larger and the diversity of urban needs, along with natural hazards and threats, humanitarian issues threaten cities as well. Therefore, it is necessary to seek to increase the capacity and capacity of urban settlements and their resilience coefficient, the field for management with The quality of cities will be provided for generations to come. The purpose of this study was to investigate and explain the perspectives and models of urban viability following the development of an appropriate framework for managing the future of cities. The results indicate that, due to the wide scope of the concept of vibration in all dimensions of social, economic, institutional and planning, as well as physical-infrastructure, urban managers should analyze urban layers in different dimensions, improve the level of services during the crisis., Identifying vulnerable places in times of crisis, reducing the risk by increasing the strength and planning of infrastructure and utilizing recovery models in the shortest possible time, and considering these variables and components, future cities Waved.
Keyword(s): Vulnerability,Urban Resilience,City's Future Management,Urban Recovery
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