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جغرافیایی 2019, 19(65): 127-149 Back to browse issues page
Analysis of the Space Residential Sustainable Urban Rankings whit using from Fuzzy TOPSIS Technique, case study, Tabriz City
Samad Medadi Heris1, Reza Pourmohammadi1, Mir Sattar Sadr Mousavi1, Shahrivar Rostaei *1
1- Tabriz University
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Space has been involved mind thinkers and scientists from post time until now in the civilization of main the world. Heidegger believes that “reality is spatial and   cannot consider separately human and spatial”. Discussion starts form where that space and local of live sustainable must is goal of every development. Debates refer on the sustainable development roots to in 1950s. Frist serious and base was raised discussion in sustainable 1957 Stockholm conference on the environment protection. Before form 1970s Schumacher used sustainable to concept economic structures, renewable, resources, products and services. As for to is considered attractive in given the importance of sustainable development in the urban contemporary must not separate from development goals, debate sustainable is consideration an important dimension of development. Following have been the rapid changes by develop of the last century caused to seek rapid growth of urbanization disintegration hierarchy between urban and inter-urban that create  in human communities broad inequalities, social, economic as well as environment damage. In this research is studied that Tabriz city from spatial structure and stability that much data gathered from filed survey, statistics, agencies, offices and the statistical center of Iran and……..In many aspects of analyzed environment, economic, social and physical. The results in this survey that to application fuzzy Topsis technique has been investigation in the area 6 and 3 respectively 0.49 and 0.45 preferences points higher levels sustainability of the criteria. The regional 10 and 8 have shown respectively to 0.19 and 0.23 at the in bottom these preferences. City analyzed show that situation perspective from view point stable and uneatable residential environment in the city regional too fault of northern city is one of the most important factors the difference. The next step there  are  steep and very steep in some of terrain in this city that  is not suitable in human residential as well as congestion, crowded, noisy, congestion traffic, marginal, and worn textures  are from  factors of min this different  in areas of the city and results this research .

Keywords: spatial analysis, sustainable development, rankings, residential environment, fuzzy topsis
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Received: 2017/02/19 | Accepted: 2017/07/25 | Published: 2019/06/15
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Medadi Heris S, Pourmohammadi R, Sadr Mousavi M S, Rostaei S. Analysis of the Space Residential Sustainable Urban Rankings whit using from Fuzzy TOPSIS Technique, case study, Tabriz City. جغرافیایی 2019; 19 (65) :127-149
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