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Application of Dynamic Location in long-term Urban Management Planning (Case Study: Counters Offices of Civil Registration organization)
Davood Fazel Torshizi1, Zahra Naji-Azimi *2, Mostafa Kazemi3
1- Department of Management Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran.
2- Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran. , znajiazimi@um.ac.ir
3- Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran.
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Aims & Backgrounds: Improving spatial access to public services is one of the effective tasks of urban management to develop urban living standards which provides justly facilitating and benefiting of received services for citizens. Therefore the application of dynamic locating public services centers in long-term urban management planning has been discussed. 
Methodology: The research is applied and method is descriptive-quantitative. firstly by reviewing the research background and expertschr('39') opinions, the studied conditions were defined in terms of decision variables, parameters, objective function and limitations and then the data was collected with using databases and expert opinions and Finally, Mathematical modeling of dynamic location in order to maximize the utility of selecting the counters offices of Civil Registration in Mashhad was performed and the model was solved with the CPLEX solver and the branch and cut algorithm. 
Findings: while identifying the indicators of desirability of candidate points, the location of offices in each urban area, the time of reopening and closing and relevant time period were determined. Activity timing and location of offices, Covering 80% of the population and suitable geographical distribution with 39 offices has been done, and optimal value of the objective function in terms of the indicators considered by the stakeholders and maximum desirability was achieved.
Conclusion: Due to the low performance of static models, demographic changes and demand in the area of urban management, a dynamic model was used to solve this problem. By offering  a more accurate  picture of the time of establishment of offices in each of the regions ability to select offices with appropriate reliability be provided and allocating customers in each region in each period to the best location in terms of providing stakeholder indicators was done.
 
Keywords: Dynamic Location, Urban Management, Public Services, Counter Offices.
     
Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Urban Planning
Received: 2020/06/27 | Accepted: 2020/09/2 | Published: 2020/09/6
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Fazel Torshizi D, Naji-Azimi Z, Kazemi M. Application of Dynamic Location in long-term Urban Management Planning (Case Study: Counters Offices of Civil Registration organization). geores. 2020; 35 (4)
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