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Volume 20 article 921 pages: 206-211
The article substantiates the need for a comprehensive multidimensional reconstruction of the territories of cities and settlements, caused by social, urban planning and economic reasons. For effective planning of the reconstruction of sections of the urban environment, a systematic approach is proposed as a leading methodology, which allows one to design interrelated solutions for the reorganization of various objects of the urban environment in order to bring them in line with current norms and modern requirements. At the same time, sections of the urban environment are presented in the form of a complex hierarchical system - a system-integrated urban planning education - and are expressed by a subject structure with components and objects included in it. Physical deterioration, obsolescence, "technical comfort" are taken as indicators of the effectiveness of the functioning and development of a system-integrated urban planning education. Based on a systematic approach, a stratified mathematical model for the choice of options for actions, technical and technological solutions has been developed when designing the reconstruction of urban areas with minimization of resource consumption.
This research was supported by Project # 220.127.116.11 within the 2021-2023 Plan of Fundamental Research of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering and Ministry of Civil Engineering and Public Utilities of the Russian Federation. The experimental studies have been carried out using the facilities of the Collective Research Center named after Professor Yu.M. Borisov, Voronezh State Technical University, which is partly supported by the Ministry of Science and Education of the Russian Federation, Project No 075- 15-2021-662.
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