Putting Urban Regeneration Projects in Order: An Example of a Decision Support System

Ayşegül ALAYBEYOĞLU, Uğur KILIÇ, Ayşe İREGÖL, Yunus KONBUL
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Abstract


There is an urgent need of renewal of metropolitan cities in Turkey which heavily consist of irregular, low quality building stock which have occurred in the last 60 years. However urban regeneration projects are large and expensive construction projects. Therefore, due to technical and economic barriers, it is not possible for regeneration authorities to start the projects for the whole city in the same time. Thus they carry out projects step by step, one after another. Projects are started from the most problematic and urgent ones to the least problematic ones. However, regeneration authorities face with problems when putting regeneration projects in order, i.e. determining which neighborhood should be regenerated earlier than the other one. In addition to that, they are having difficulties when explaining their decisions to the public. At this point, a computer-based Fuzzy Logic decision support system can help them reach more convenient decisions. Also, with this way, the decisions will have a scientific basis, therefore it can be easier to announce them to the public and avoid speculation. In this paper, an example of a decision support system based on Fuzzy Logic for putting urban regeneration project areas in order was presented.


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Urban regeneration; Fuzzy logic; Order of priority

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