Creación de un parque urbano Nuevo índice ASD con un coeficiente de distribución espacial (Estudio de caso: región 1 de Teherán)



Palabras clave:

Accesibilidad espacial, medida de disparidad espacial, servicio de parques urbanos


The literature study demonstrates how GIS uses techniques like network analysis and fuzzy logic to carry out analyses in accordance with spatial balance. The aforementioned analytical techniques are technically difficult and costly since they need a large database. This study aims to measure geographical disparity, which indicates the lack of access to park services, identify circumstances where population demand is the main driver of demand, and identify general causes for the lack of service. The results of the GIS study suggest that the warning range is displayed in the parks with new­ ASD index of -25> new ASD> 170, while the range is displayed in the parks with a new ASD index of 2000> new ASD>74250. It also demonstrates how adverse the supply and demand scenario is for parks with tiny areas and close proximity to one another. This is because smaller parks have less ability to draw visitors from far away.


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Cómo citar

Salehabadi, A. M. ., Ghoddusifar, S. H., & Mohammadpor, A. (2023). Creación de un parque urbano Nuevo índice ASD con un coeficiente de distribución espacial (Estudio de caso: región 1 de Teherán). Informes De La Construcción, 75(571), e512.