Provided by: Scientific Publishing Ltd.
Date Added: Dec 2013
Due to the metropolitan area of immense diversity and breadth of their construction activities, the performance of activities at districts level, cannot be precisely evaluated. Therefore, generally, it monitors only the indices which are de-fined for those functions. Furthermore, district-based development policy, and decentralization of governance, necessitates more local autonomy, which requires closer monitors of districts for being sure of its movements in the frame of urban developing plans. The advancement of technology has created the expectation that the authors can monitor all details of the metropolitan administrative processes and involve them in decision support systems for urban management.