E3S Web Conf.
Volume 403, 2023XII International Scientific and Practical Forum “Environmentally Sustainable Cities and Settlements: Problems and Solutions” (ESCP-2023)
|Number of page(s)
|Ecological Cycle of the Construction Sector and Integrated Development of the Living Environment
|25 July 2023
Parametric model for the analysis of urban planning activities
1 Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Department of Construction Technology, Saint Petersburg, Russia
2 Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Department of Math, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Various mathematical approaches can be used to analyze the performance of decision-makers. Our parametric model is based on comparing the distribution functions of the public green spaces areas (PGSA) of urban significance with a lognormal distribution. The data from the St. Petersburg Law No. 430-85 of October 08, 2007, were taken as the initial data. “On public green spaces.” The values of the logarithms of the urban PGSA were taken to construct the empirical and theoretical distribution functions. The maximum moduli of difference are calculated to compare empirical functions with each other, theoretical functions with each other, and theoretical and empirical functions. A comparison of areas using our model showed some correlations between trends in the formation of PGSA of urban significance and morphotypes of housing development.
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