Realization of the evolutionary genetic approach to the evaluation of the economic potential of the region using the methods of theme-based interpretation of remote sensing data

http://doi.org/10.35595/2414-9179-2019-1-25-246-260

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About the Authors

Alexander V. Plyakin

Volzhsky Institute of Economics, Pedagogy and Law,
Sovetskaya str., 6, 404111, Volzhsky, Volgograd region, Russian Federation,
E-mail: aplyakin@mail.ru

Elena A. Orekhova

Volzhsky Institute of Economics, Pedagogy and Law,
Sovetskaya str., 6, 404111, Volzhsky, Volgograd region, Russian Federation,
E-mail: eorekhova@mail.ru

Denis A. Leontiev

Volzhsky Institute of Economics, Pedagogy and Law,
Sovetskaya str., 6, 404111, Volzhsky, Volgograd region, Russian Federation,
E-mail: user7591@inbox.ru

Abstract

The urgency of solving the scientific problem of the regional economy dealing with the assessment of productive capacity that determines sustainable development perspectives of the region and its municipal entities has been determined by the goal and objectives of the current research. Thus, we see it very important to identify approaches to the productive capacity assessment of the regional and municipal social and economic systems based on contemporary methods of remote sensing and geo-information systems providing objective identification, classification, visualization and assessment of infrastructure constituents of the region’s productive capacity. Key aspects of the scientific research issue are forming of a theoretical model of infrastructure elements and sub-systems of the region’s productive capacity and searching on its basis of informative indicators characterizing the state of the key infrastructure components of the social and productive capacity: natural-resource, production, labor, social, organizational and legal, market, etc. The peculiarity of a region’s productive capacity assessment is its cross-disciplinary nature caused by the need to integrate evolutionary-genetic and spatial approaches on a basis of modern GIS technologies and methods of the theme-based Earth remote sensing data interpretation. According to the authors, the spatial approach based on integration of the methods of remote sensing and geo-information systems will enable to get closer to deeper understanding of the region’s social and economic development potential contents, which will open the perspectives to improve the methods and means of regional and municipal development, involvement of the achievements in the area of practical use of contemporary geo-information technologies, collection, accumulation, generalization and analysis of diverse data on the territory conditions received as a result of the space activities.

Keywords

sustainable development, region, municipal district, productive capacity, social and economic infrastructure, evolutionary-genetic theory of production factors, theme-based interpretation, remote sensing data.

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For citation: Plyakin A.V., Orekhova E.A., Leontiev D.A. Realization of the evolutionary genetic approach to the evaluation of the economic potential of the region using the methods of theme-based interpretation of remote sensing data InterCarto. InterGIS. GI support of sustainable development of territories: Proceedings of the International conference. Moscow: Moscow University Press, 2019. V. 25. Part 1. P. 246–260. DOI: 10.35595/2414-9179-2019-1-25-246-260