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Journal:   RESEARCH AND URBAN PLANNING   Spring 2019 , Volume 10 , Number 36 ; Page(s) 87 To 99.

Evaluation and Presenting Policies Urban worn out texture for development and efficiency with the FAHP model and GIS geographic information system

Author(s):  Jasemi Zarkani E.*, Davoudpoor Z.
* Qazvin Azad Univercity,Qazvin, Iran
Today, urban planners are seeking to identify the textures that are prioritized in the social and physical fields of modernization and improvement. Due to the rapid growth of urbanization and the increasing population of cities, attention has been paid to the problematic texture that some thinkers have referred to as the hidden wealth of cities. This paper tries to find a comprehensive and functional model for identifying various zones of urban texture, taking into account all factors affecting burnout. The research method used in this research is descriptive-analytic. The purpose of this research is to discover the most important forces and disadvantages in any sensitive area, and to evaluate and adopt measures for development and efficiency aimed at reducing and eliminating these factors in the context of urban sustainability. To this end, the criteria are classified into four major categories (social / cultural, economic, physical / spatial and environmental) and 20 sub-criteria. With the finalization of the applied model and through the integrated model of fuzzy hierarchy analysis (FAHP) and Geographical Information System (GIS), the problem areas in the studied tissue are identified and evaluated. The findings of the paper show that social / cultural criteria with 29% of weight are the most important factors of inefficiency, physical / spatial measures with 27% weight are in the second priority. In the following, policies were developed to achieve the development and efficiency of problem-based textures in accordance with the classification criteria for zoning.
Keyword(s): Worn texture,Applied Model,Zoning map,FAHP,GIS
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