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Yaser Nazaryan, Amane Haghzad, Leyla Ebrahimi, Kia Abozorgmehr51,
Volume 0, Issue 0 (3-1921)

Vulnerability is the inevitable result of risks and crises that threaten societies to varying degrees. One of the main threats is earthquakes. The recent approach to disaster management programs is to increase the resilience of communities that have different dimensions. One of them is the physical dimension of urban resilience, which is linked to the components of land use planning. In this research, with the aim of analyzing land use criteria affecting the resilience of Tabriz city and using fuzzy AHP method, research has been done.
Based on the results of the study of theoretical foundations, 13 effective criteria have been identified and the basis of action. The required data were extracted and used from maps and spatial information of urban plans, especially the detailed plan of Tabriz, Then Using ARC Map10.3.1 software, each criterion is analyzed and each criterion is presented in the form of a fuzzy map. Sum, Product and gamma fuzzy operators have been used to achieve the final resilience map. Due to the high accuracy of the gamma operator, its results are considered as the final output.
The results show that in the city of Tabriz, 2% have very low resilience, 40.8%, low resilience,15.3% moderate resilience, 23.5% high resilience and 7.2% very high resilience - based on the Used criteria-. Areas with low resilience are generally located in the north of Tabriz city and correspond to the informal settlement texture and the worn-out texture of the city, which corresponds to the fault line of Tabriz and Micronutrient and permeability are other features of these areas. Due to the high population density in these areas, it is necessary to immediately adopt the necessary programs to improve the quality of physical resilience criteria in the city.

Mis Ameneh Alibakhshi, Dr Mohammadreza Pourmohammadi, Dr Rasoul Ghorbani,
Volume 0, Issue 0 (3-1921)

In recent decades, one of the main challenges in regional development studies is trying to understand the economic and cultural differences between the national and regional levels, so that the obstacles facing regional development can be removed.  One of the systems that plays an important role in the development of regions is the regional innovation system. For this purpose, the aim of the current research is to identify the key drivers effective on regional innovation in the metropolis of Tabriz. In this regard, the current research is applied in terms of purpose and descriptive-analytical in terms of nature. In order to collect the required information, both library and field methods have been used. The statistical population of the research includes 32 qualified people in the industry, university and government sectors who were selected by purposeful sampling. Mic Mac software was also used for data analysis. The findings of the research show that out of a total of 71 influential factors, 13 factors include the appropriate culture of productivity, laws and regulations, the existence of a teamwork culture between activists and established industrial units, information and communication technology infrastructure, sufficient funding for university research infrastructure, and higher education. patent programs, higher education policy, performance evaluation and reward system, financial support, special and flexible tax system for research and development, the existence of joint research centers between universities and industry and the level of interaction and cooperation between universities and industry, a key role in innovation They have an area of Tabriz metropolis.

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