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Comparative Analysis of Multi Criteria ANP &AHP Decision Making green spaces in rural location. MJSP. 2016; 19 (4) :1-32
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Due to the extensive capabilities of GIS in decision-making problems and the ability to integrate and synthesize the information layers, The most logical choice to locate the proper and efficient use of GIS and its related technologies. The study of methods for spatial analysis in GIS and multicriteria decision making methods, including Network Analysis Process (ANP) and Analytic Hierarchical Process (AHP), To select the proper places and prone village green plantain city chelate is used. Multi-criteria methods, quantitative and qualitative criteria and the interdependence between the criteria of attention. Therefore, in this study a number of criteria (compatibility, accessibility, land prices, and land use type) is rural. The process of recognition for green space is conducted in several stages of this paper is to fully express, Following the determination of the rural landscape was controlled for And conducting field studies conducted at the village green space compared to the proposed sites and found Lands that access to the main class of the AHP model coefficients 0.146 and 0.171 of the ANP model, User-arid lands with coefficients in Model 0.077 and 0.875 AHP and ANP in the land cheaply with coefficients in Model 0.198 0.321 AHP and ANP model is a priority. The proposed location of green space in the Guidance Plan 52 percent of the total user offer across ANP model is quite good compared to the level in the area is quite good compared to the AHP, 41 percent
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Received: 2015/03/14 | Accepted: 2015/09/5 | Published: 2016/01/21

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