FRACTAL PARAMETERS OF SLUM SETTLEMENTS: WAVE-SPECTRUM ANALYSIS (STUDY OF KARACHI)
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Keywords

Fourier transformation
Spectral Analysis
Malignancy
Fractal Dimension
Density

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Ali, N. (2022). FRACTAL PARAMETERS OF SLUM SETTLEMENTS: WAVE-SPECTRUM ANALYSIS (STUDY OF KARACHI). Global Journal for Management and Administrative Sciences, 3(3), 83–100. https://doi.org/10.46568/gjmas.v3i3.153

Abstract

Fractal parameters of slum settlements, such as those in Karachi, can provide valuable insights into these communities' spatial organization and growth patterns. In this research, considering the slum areas or Kachi Abadies (KAs) as an ‘urban malignancy,’ the spectral (spectrum) analysis method and the Fourier transform are used to analyze the patterns of population distribution in Karachi city based on its spatial dynamics. The study uses mathematical experiments and empirical analysis to calculate the fractal dimension for exploring urban fractal parameter relationships form and growth. The population data and land use data of Karachi Kachi Abadis (KKAs) are used to attain the numerical values of all parametric relations. The calculated results showed a close numerical coherence.

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