Ural State University of Architecture and Art

ISSN 1990-4126

Authors

Gushchin
Alexander
N.

PhD. (Physics and Mathematics), Associate Professor, Planning and Landscape Architecture,
Ural State University of Architecture and Art,

Russia, Yekaterinburg, e-mail: alexanderNG@yandex.ru

PUBLICATIONS

Gushchin Alexander N., Divakova Marina N., Sanok Sergey I.
«ILLUSION OF MANAGEMENT» IN THE STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT

Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №4 (64) December, 2018

The main trends of recent years in the field of urban management and their reflection in municipal strategies are considered. In total, three global trends are considered: the restructuring of the settlement system, the restructuring of the urban planning system, the aging of the population in cities. Analysis covers the municipal strategies of three million-population cities: Yekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod and Novosibirsk. It is shown that none of the global trends is fully taken into account in any of these strategies. As a result, instead of effective management there is an «illusion of management» of urban development. According to the authors, there are two main reasons for this state of affairs: excessive bureaucratization of the process of strategy development and adoption, and the psychological effect of fear of the future ors futurophobia.

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Gushchin A.N., Divakova M.N., Sanok S.I. «ILLUSION OF MANAGEMENT» IN THE STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2018. – №4(64). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2018_4/17 

Guschin Feodor A., Gushchin Alexander N., Sanok Sergey I.
DESCRIPTION OF THE INTENSITY OF TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT ON THE BASIS OF LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT RULES

Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №4 (40) December, 2012

The currently widespread model used for describing the development of town-planning systems as «frame and fabric» was proposed by A.E.Gutnov as an alternative to the functional approach to describing the development of a territory. In developing his model A.Gutnov aimed to go over from functional description to description of the intensity of processes occurring in a territory. A. Gutnov suggested using the structural and functional potential of a territory, proceeding from which later on he came to the widely known model of «frame and fabric».

The article considers new possibilities for describing the intensity of processes that occur in a territory by means of Land Use and Development Rules. The method is based on the assumption that the number of types of permitted use for any single town-planning zone is just the reflection of the intensity with which this territory is developed and used. A convenient graphic way of displaying the intensity of development is provided by use-intensity maps, which, in turn, are based on histograms for the number of types of permitted use obtained as a result of covering all of the territory by a rectangular grid and counting the number of types of permitted use for urban planning zones falling within specific grid cells.

Analysis has been carried out and intensity maps have been drawn up for 8 cities of Russia. It is shown that the obtained data correspond to a description of the town-planning system on the basis of the «frame and fabric» model.

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Guschin F.A., Gushchin A.N., Sanok S.I. DESCRIPTION OF THE INTENSITY OF TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT ON THE BASIS OF LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT RULES [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2012. – №4(40). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2012_4/19 

Stepanova Darya M., Gushchin Alexander N.
DESIGN OF A CULTURAL HERITAGE SIGHTSEEING TOUR BY THE OPTIMIZATION METHOD

Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №3 (31) September, 2010

The task of designing of sightseeing routes in historical building contexts is a standard task for tourist business. The specific feature of the author's approach to this task is its formulation as an optimization problem that requires one to find a route of limited (or minimum) length whilst allowing one to see a maximum number of monuments. An original algorithm has been for tackling this problem, which is solved using a real example which can be used as learning material.

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Stepanova D.M., Gushchin A.N. DESIGN OF A CULTURAL HERITAGE SIGHTSEEING TOUR BY THE OPTIMIZATION METHOD [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2010. – №3(31). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2010_3/13 

Yelfimova Alena A., Gushchin Alexander N.
ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC APPRAISAL OF THE EFFICIENCY OF A SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL PROJECT WITH REFERENCE TO RURAL SETTLEMENTS

Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №1 (29) March, 2010

The article provides a feasibility estimate and environmental conclusion concerning the efficiency of a site for the recycling of solid household wastes with reference to rural settlements. This environmental and economic appraisal is interesting from both theoretical and practical aspects. Using the environmental and economic appraisal of the disposal site one can judge about the share of the public good that is lost if nature is used improperly. In practical terms, environmental and economic appraisals could be used as a justification for allocation of funds for the construction of such projects. The work makes use of the Danilov-Danilyan method of appraisal of preventable environmental damage. A conclusion of high efficiency of investment is drawn: preventable damage is estimated at approximately 44 roubles per 1 rouble invested.

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Yelfimova A.A., Gushchin A.N. ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC APPRAISAL OF THE EFFICIENCY OF A SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL PROJECT WITH REFERENCE TO RURAL SETTLEMENTS [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2010. – №1(29). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2010_1/5 

Gushchin Alexander N., Saltykova Liudmila S.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN THE SOLUTION OF ISSUES IN PRE-SALE PREPARATION OF DOCUMENTATION FOR A PLOT OF LAND AREA

Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education №2 (26) June, 2009

The article considers the process of pre-sale preparation of documentation for land. It is noted that this process requires a lot of routine calculations to take into account numerous Building Code rules. The authors show the advantages resulting from the use of information technologies in this process. for writing up this article, use was made of a systems approach to information technologies - from design to implementation of programs for performing calculations and optimization of building characteristics.

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Gushchin A.N., Saltykova L.S. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN THE SOLUTION OF ISSUES IN PRE-SALE PREPARATION OF DOCUMENTATION FOR A PLOT OF LAND AREA [Online] //Architecton: Proceedings of Higher Education. – 2009. – №2(26). – URL: http://archvuz.ru/en/2009_2/11 

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