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Reference: Evaluation of spatial decision support methods Expansion of GIS (Part I)

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 20, Issue 78 , August 2011, , Pages 1-6

  Methods and tools for decision making by group participation come from different sources. These sources include work on the development of geographic information systems with the aim of improving the decision support capabilities, the technology of group support systems, and theoretical and empirical ...  Read More

Convex Quality of Alignment Lines and Geometric Design of Arches (Part I)

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 18, Issue 71 , November 2009, , Pages 1-80

  The design of arches in the production of accurate topographic maps such as road geometric design, short-range photogrammetry and medical simulations is based on arch type and in accordance with design goals. What is connected with establishing proper interconnection between design points is very important. ...  Read More

Geomatic Engineering and Geographical Sciences

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 13, Issue 49 , May 2004, , Pages 1-5

  Geomatic Engineering and sciences include activities that involve obtaining (receiving, collecting, deducing and utilizing), processing (networking, scaling, computing, topological structure and simulation), analysis, display (topography, two-dimensional, three dimensional and animation display) and ...  Read More


Mahdi Modiri

Volume 1, Issue 3 , August 1991, , Pages 1-64

  The display of the face of the Earth (map history) has evolved from fantasy and imaginative maps to reality and geometric and graphical precision. The linkage and correlation between mathematical sciences, physics and mathematical geography with surveying and cartography have always had a profound effect ...  Read More


Seyyed Yahya Safavi

Volume 23, SEPEHR , July 2014, , Pages 2-17

  The Islamic World book series have studied social, political and economic changes and transitions in the Islamic World, especially in strategic areas like Northern Africa, Western Asia, Central Asia, South Western Asia in 2010 and afterward. Now, more than a year has passed on the Islamic Awakening movements ...  Read More

Points - challenges geographers

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 23, Issue 89 , May 2014, , Pages 2-4

  Geographic sciences address place and people living in it, how it influences people and how it is influenced by them. Geography is about place in different local, national, regional and global scales. Yet, geographers must know that the relation between people and place is not one-dimensional. This relation ...  Read More

Pen, line and effect

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 22, Issue 88 , January 2014, , Pages 2-46

  Explicators believe that noble verses of Surah Al-‘Alaq were among the first verses revealed to the holy prophet of Islam. According to Surah Al-‘Alaq, teaching by pen is considered to be among the God’s attributes (Recite, and your Lord is the most Generous, Verses 3-4). To have a ...  Read More

An overview of methods for predicting and estimating precipitation using remote sensing data

Manoochehr Farajzadeh; Ali Azizi; Hossein Soleymani

Volume 22, Issue 87 , November 2013, , Pages 2-13

  Direct influence of precipitation on human life and the role it plays in the development of different countries have resulted in an increase in using methods and algorithms for estimating precipitation. A few decades ago, traditional methods were used for predicting precipitation. Then, the presentation ...  Read More

An analysis of the characteristics of spatial organization North Khorasan with emphasis on urban centers

Alireza Sheykholeslami; Masum Dusti; Maryam Beyranvandzadeh; Ebrahim Rostam Gurani

Volume 22, SEPEHR , July 2013, , Pages 2-6

  For various reasons, including industrial revolution, socioeconomic, cultural and political dependence,modernism, unmethodical following of Western models, etc., The spatial organization of our country's settlements has undergone a number of complex, sweeping changes so that in a few decades, its  formerly ...  Read More

Hint - Create a spatial database

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 22, SEPEHR , April 2013, , Pages 2-12

  Information is the main ingredient of scientific research and an efficacious research depends on information processing. Naturally, such a tool and environment with such dimensions and features creates fundamental changes in the realm of scientific researches. Geographic information system (GIS) provides ...  Read More

Sustainable urban approach

Hosseyn Hataminejad; Roohollah Mohammadi

Volume 21, SEPEHR , February 2013, , Pages 2-7

  An approach to sustainable form of city Abstract Sustainable development is a modern concept which has been propounded widely by linking different dimensions of development (economic, cultural, political and social) and focusing on climatic considerations and environment protection. On the other hand ...  Read More

Hint - Hyperspectral Imaging Systems

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 21, Issue 83 , November 2012, , Pages 2-8

  Earth has many different characteristics and measuring its physical features is a key step in many applications. With the development of different sensors, measuring different aspects of these phenomena has been made possible. With these sensors, we can collect necessary data considering different objects ...  Read More

Hint: The discovery of unseen complications in hyperspectral images

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 21, Issue 82 , September 2012, , Pages 2-6

  Imageries received from aerial hyperspectral or satellite sensors record reflected data from earth surface in more than a hundred spectral bands. Hyperspectral imageries are used in different applications and different methods have been proposed and developed to extract data from these imageries. Diagnosing ...  Read More

Hint - Mention: Automatic Cellular Pattern, A strategy for dynamic urban modeling

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 20, Issue 80 , February 2012, , Pages 2-6

  Simulation is the most appropriate urban design and planning environment and presents a unique field of study in urban models in urban development projects. The use of mathematics and quantitative and qualitative models has always been a concern for urban planners. Modeling phenomena and urban dynamic ...  Read More

Evaluation of methods of support for spatial decision of the development of geographic information systems (Part II).

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 20, Issue 79 , November 2011, , Pages 2-8

  Decision-making is the most important challenge facing experts and specialists in solving the problems of broad urban and regional planning. Multi-criteria decision-making issues usually include a set of location situations that should be evaluated based on several different criteria. Group approach ...  Read More

Automation of operation of relative justification For large-scale aerial photographs of urban areas

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 20, Issue 77 , May 2011, , Pages 2-9

  The production of urban maps by photogrammetric method, utilizing the automation of all stages and processes, including relative justification, is very important. Despite the many advances made in digital photogrammetry, there is still no reliable way to perform automatic relative justification operation ...  Read More

Ortho Image in Urban Planning (Urban Area With Tall Buildings) Part One - Orthophoto and Ortho Images

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 19, Issue 76 , February 2011, , Pages 2-9

  Digital orthophoto contains maps and geometric features of the map, and is accordingly able to: 1) As a source of spatial geography, be complemented by descriptive information. 2) Provide a base on which other data are recorded and adjusted. 3) The results of using it will be available to match landscapes. ...  Read More

Lidar Technology (LIDAR) (1) to provide Urban Information Necessary for Urban Planning

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 19, Issue 75 , November 2010, , Pages 2-8

  Continuous modeling and monitoring of urban environmental quality (urban environmental supervision) requires updated and continuous information regarding the heat distribution model, contamination, population, security, industry and crisis management. Remote sensing is a technology that uses a series ...  Read More

The Trend of New Developments in Urban Remote Sensing

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 19, Issue 74 , August 2010, , Pages 2-8

  The environmental quality of the city is a dynamic and multifaceted conception that addresses the possible natural and human factors in different spatial scales. Satellite information is the only suitable source of information in order to achieve the continuous dynamic characteristics of urban environments ...  Read More

Pen, Line and Effect

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 19, Issue 73 , May 2010, , Pages 2-33

  Once the human being limited the breadth of the earth to his own area of ​​vision, and wherever he had been born, he lived all his life there and maybe for hundreds of thousands of years his knowledge did not exceed that of the world around him. Apparently from the very first days, humanity, in order ...  Read More

Remote Sensing and the Environmental Quality of City

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 18, Issue 72 , February 2010, , Pages 2-10

  The environmental data of remote sensing is the basis of the preparation of maps and information with appropriate quality for the assessment of the change and evolution of the urban dynamic environment, which provides awareness of changes of details in relation to the characteristics of the studied area ...  Read More

Generalization of Cadastral Maps Based on Comparative Drawing

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 18, Issue 70 , August 2009, , Pages 2-8

  The old cadastral maps present the geographic form of the divided land and record relevant information about them. These maps were usually depicted on A4 or A3 size papers, and only show cadastral information, related to the blocks of small towns. In recent times, many countries in the world have, in ...  Read More

Abstracting and Formalizing Model Generalization

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 18, Issue 69 , May 2009, , Pages 2-12

  Map generalization, in accordance with different needs of users, is carried out using a multi-scale database. Such production is based on the analysis of map preparation requirements according to users’ needs, and indicates different requests and limitations of user’s desirable cartography. In ...  Read More

Spatial Analysis of Clustering Based on Genetic Algorithm

Mahdi Modiri

Volume 17, Issue 68 , February 2008, , Pages 2-8

  In order to conduct spatial analysis of clustering, the principles and characteristics of genetic algorithms are utilized. The present paper presents a new method of spatial analysis of clustering based on genetic algorithm. The results of the scientific and practical experiments show that this method ...  Read More