Dmitry Boyko

Dmitry Boyko


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Publications (5)
Conference Paper
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The development of metropolitan areas in Russia for urban morphologists is either one of the thematic "white spots" or is interpreted as a set of post-Soviet stereotypes. Meanwhile, the resource base for studies of the urban form in Russia is being replenished with new data, which makes it possible to more accurately assess the measure of complianc...
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Since 1990, urbanization in post-socialist countries has frequently resulted in a loss of urban density in the existing building stock while land use patterns at the outskirts of growing city regions began to sprawl. Formerly state-planned and controlled housing forms as well as industrial and business enterprises were suddenly exposed to new marke...
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Urban sprawl, which is the uncontrolled territorial expansion of cities, has been one of the consequences of urbanization around the world. By the end of the 20th century, urban sprawl, in our opinion, exists simultaneously both as an objective observable phenomenon and as a subjective assessment by a certain society, which highlights certain chara...
Determining the procedure and approaches to automating real estate appraisal is an important condition for improving e-government on the basis of one of the key economic sectors throughout the state. The paper discusses a set of approaches to the analysis of factors affecting the pricing of objects that offer in a market of residential real estate....
Cities are different in their organization, but perform the same key functions everywhere in the World. However, cities sometimes provide their residents with radically different living conditions despite their apparent identity. Is it possible to compare different cities looking at their spatial structure? How to evaluate the relevant parameters?...


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The PAUSE project aims to collect best transferable practices and contemporary approaches for the implementation of sustainable urban development models created in Germany to be adapted and applied for use within Russian practice.