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標題: A Study on the Evaluation Framework of Taichung City Parks Development Order
臺中市公園綠地闢建順序評估指標建立之研究
作者: Chi-Hao Chang
Shin-Hwei Lin
張集豪
林信輝
關鍵字: Development order
Evaluation index
Fuzzy Delphi Method
Analytic Hierarchy Process
開闢順序
評估指標
模糊德爾菲法
層級分析法
摘要: 對公部門而言,公園綠地的闢建,一直是建設部門持續推動的業務,而每個市民所擁有綠地的面積更是城市進步的重要指標。在公部門有限的財政預算下,如何決定何處公園、綠地優先闢建是決策者所面對難以決擇的問題。因此建立一套客觀的評估標準,提供決策者政策推動的依據,是本研究重要的目的。 為了建立此評估指標架構,本研究藉由相關理論探討及文獻資料的整理及訪談,研擬其評估因子及層級架構;透過模糊德爾菲專家問卷及因子檢測,完成因子之篩選;並利用層級分析方法進行因子權重評估。 結果顯示「道路可及性」...等10 個評估因子通過門檻值篩選、獨立性檢定、相關性檢定。因子權重最高前三名分別為「土地取得費用」、「人均單位綠地面積」、「人口密度」,最低者為「硬體建設費用」,在政府財政預算考量下,龐大的土地徵收成本是政府決策的重要考量。
For the government, To construct the parks has been the routine business for the construction sector, and the area of grass that each citizen owns is also the important indicator of urban development. In the public sector, how to decide where to build first is the difficult choices issue for the policy-makers under a limited budget. Therefore, build up a set of objective of valuation standard to provide a basis for decision-makers to decision making is important purpose of this study. For building up this evaluation framework, this study based on related theories study and data collation and the expert interviews, develop evaluation factors and their hierarchical structure; by Fuzzy Delphi expert questionnaires and factor test, complete the screening factor; and use AHP methods to assess factors weights. The results show 'Road accessibility'… etc. 10 evaluation factors through the threshold screening, independence test, correlation test. The top three highest weight factor 'cost of land ', 'units per capita green area', 'population density', and the lowest is 'hardware construction costs,' In the government budget considerations, the huge cost of land acquisition is an important consideration in government decision-making.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/88738
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