Zoning the Urban Area on the Basis of the Principles and Methods of GIS-Mapping

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Part of the Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering book series (LNCE, volume 151)


Zoning serves as a tool for analysis, control and forecasting in a wide variety of areas of activity, especially in urban planning and studying the pace of city development. As the division of urban territory into separate zones is inextricably linked with the processing and consideration of a large number of factors and an array of source data, it is inextricably linked with the use of modern GIS technologies. The paper presents the practical value of the work, which consists in the methodology of GIS application for the development of cartographic material in the analysis of the real estate market, which will improve the efficiency of mass cadastral assessment, and also avoid conflicts over challenging the results of the assessment. As most of the methods of mass assessment provide for a comparative approach to assessment, it is possible to use modern cartographic material to facilitate taxation, which allows displaying visually different price zones of the territory. During the analysis of the city real estate market, special attention was paid to the consideration of the territorial factor. The main goal of the work, the results of which are presented in the paper, is to create cartographic material based on the analysis of the city real estate market using the basic principles and methods of GIS mapping.


GIS-mapping Zoning Urban area Cadastral assessment Map Data array 



This work was realized under the support of the President Scholarship; in the framework of the Program of flagship university development on the base of the Belgorod State Technological University named after V G Shukhov, using equipment of High Technology Center at BSTU named after V G Shukhov.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Belgorod State Technological University named after V.G. ShukhovBelgorodRussia

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