Valuation of using a partition of a village area into equal value elements in a process of optymization of parcels layout

key words: spatial structure of village, land consolidation, numerical map

Summary:

The presented project describes in brief some chosen issues related to using information included in digital maps for the purposes of automation of some elements of land consolidation process. Delibe-rations regarding methods of division of the village area into area elements that can be used for optimization of grounds configuration on the given area were chosen as an example. Description of concept of division into equal value elements was specially emphasised. In order to perform such division, the following ingoing data in a numerical form is necessary: outer boundaries of areas to be divided into area elements, directions of design lines (determining a layout of design plots) for each area and boundaries of existing estimated outlines, ie. areas of equal value defined by participators of land consolidation process. Aforementioned sets, excluding directions of design lines, have to be corrects in topological sense. A consecutive stage is, upon defined ingoing data, creation a set of equal value elements. The set is then used for optimization of deploying plots on a given area from the standpoint of reducing a all-in length of agricultural transport journey. A principle of optimization is based on calculation of results of exchanging equal value elements between respective farms till the best solution is found. Such optimization can be used in attempts of automation of preliminary selection of plots. for a designed block. This procedure is one of more important stages of a land consolidation process.

Citation:

Harasimowicz S., Janus J. 2006. Valuation of using a partition of a village area into equal value elements in a process of optymization of parcels layout. Infrastruktura i Ekologia Terenów Wiejskich. Nr 2006/ 2 (2)