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A. Tarnopolskyi

Bio: A. Tarnopolskyi is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: System software. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publications receiving 1 citations.

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25 Nov 2020
TL;DR: The main requirements for the land monitoring system are identified, including requirements for its functionality, information support, visualization of spatial information, interactive maps, database structure, general architecture, analytical criteria and other types of support.
Abstract: The main requirements for the land monitoring system are identified, including requirements for its functionality, information support, visualization of spatial information, interactive maps, database structure, general architecture, analytical criteria and other types of support. The main directions of land monitoring, within which the automated system should function, in particular, monitoring of civil law transactions in terms of territories, forms of ownership, land categories; monitoring of price dynamics; monitoring the condition of lands by their quantitative and qualitative characteristics; assessment and forecasting of land transformation. The requirements for the subsystems of administration, ergonomics, infrastructure, ensuring the turnover of changes, geodetic and mathematical basis, etc. are also substantiated. The need to ensure the protection of information, including confidential information, is emphasized, as the land monitoring system should contain not only information on the objects of monitoring, but also information on the subjects of land relations, whose rights should be guaranteed. The need to use directories and classifiers, in particular the classification of administrative-territorial entities of Ukraine, types of economic activity, as well as integration with various official state registers as part of the national geospatial data infrastructure platform is taken into account.

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TL;DR: In this article , a 4-level structure of the classification of types of land use for residential and public development is proposed, taking into account the military aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, it is currently impossible to use part of the land plots for their main purpose.
Abstract: The current classification of land uses for residential and public development was analyzed and proved to be in need of improvement. Proposals for its improvement within the researched category of land based on current land legislation and other normative legal acts are given. It has been proven that the existing list of the main types of land plots (which are based on the content of Article 38 of the Land Code of Ukraine) in the current classification is incomplete and not fully justified. Examples of unjustified assignment of land plots of other land categories to the category of land for residential and public development were revealed. In accordance with this, a 4-level structure of the classification of types of land use for residential and public development is proposed. Taking into account the military aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, it is currently impossible to use part of the land plots for their main purpose. From these positions, it is proposed to additionally highlight "technologically polluted lands as a result of hostilities" within the framework of the above-mentioned classifier. And after carrying out appropriate works on demining and reclamation of these lands to their safe use for people and the environment, they can be returned to use for the main purpose.

1 citations