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Mr Yaser Nazaryan, Phd Amane Haghzad, Phd Laila Ebrahimi, Phd Kia Bozorgmehr,
Volume 0, Issue 0 (3-1921)

Urbanization and increase in urban population as a result of the natural increase in population and rural-urban migration, has led to the concentration of the highest material and spiritual human capitals in these urban settlements. At the same time, various natural and human crises threaten these capitals. Urban management has undertaken various programs to deal with these crises, and the latest approach in this regard is to increase the resilience of cities. The concept of resilience can be discussed in various physical, economic, social and environmental dimensions.
The present study with a descriptive-analytical approach and with the aim of assessing the physical resilience of Tabriz metropolitan areas and determine their status relative to each other. For this purpose, multi-criteria decision making methods (MADM) and hierarchical analysis process (AHP) have been used. Also, 3 models of TOPSIS, VIKOR and COPRAS have been used to rank regions in terms of physical resilience. Finally, the Copeland model was used to combine the results of the mentioned models. The results show that regions 2, 8 and 9 jointly have the highest physical resilience. In the next ranks are regions 1, 10, 3, 7, 5, 4 and finally region 6, respectively.
Gholam Dolati, Hasan Afrakhte, Farhad Azizpor, Taher Parizadi,
Volume 21, Issue 62 (9-2021)

Rural services and the power and location of rural services are one of the important issues in planning. In examining patterns and systems of rural services, the status and importance of each village in terms of utilizing a variety of rural services and its ability to receive or transfer Services are considered as an essential element and element. The spatial analysis of services can be described and explained in the context of distributive justice. The rural areas of the Tankeman district of the Alborz province have faced rural immigration in recent years, while faced with challenges in terms of enjoying some rural services. In order to plan and optimize the rural service system in this section, it is necessary first of all to evaluate the situation of each village in terms of utilizing rural services. Based on this, by providing a questionnaire from 16 selected villages in this section, the status of each village was evaluated for different types of rural services based on the number of existing services and the decision matrix was formed and then through Antherapy method, the weight of each specified service and then prioritized by using COPRAS  model. The results show that the main village has basic services. But they are facing challenges with modern and new services. Accordingly, the villages of Bakhtiar, Nukand and Mohammad Abad Khalisheh, Kareem Abad, Qasem Abad and Dengizak have the most benefit from rural services, and this situation follows a cluster pattern.

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