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1- Kharazmi University , std_navid.ahangari@alumni.khu.ac.ir
2- Kharazmi University
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In the age of knowledge, the rapid development of information and communication technology is considered as the main element to respond to the increasing urban environmental and socio-economic crises. Therefore, knowledge-based cities are cities that use technology and innovation to improve the quality of life of citizens and the efficiency of services aimed at sustainable urban development. Based on this, the current research was compiled with the aim of the impact of ICT use and capability on knowledge-based urban development. The research method is applied in terms of nature, in terms of the type of descriptive-analytical research (Structural Equation Modeling) and in terms of the type of post-event strategy. The method of data collection was library and field. The statistical population includes the experts of the Deputy of Urban Planning in 22 districts of Tehran Municipality, and the sample size was determined by targeted sampling of 220 people. Structural equation method and partial least squares approach and SmartPLS3 software were used to analyze the research data. The results indicated that the average variables of application and capability of information and communication technology and knowledge-based urban development of Tehran, along with all its components based on a 5-level spectrum, are in the range of 2.51 to 3.5, i.e., semi-stable. Also, the effect of the application and capability of information and communication technology on knowledge-based urban development has a significant coefficient greater than 1.96, and the path for the main research model is confirmed; Therefore, taking advantage of the application and ability to invest in the research and development of information and communication technology sectors can be a solution to remove the limitations of knowledge-based urban development in the metropolis of Tehran.
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Geography and Urban Planning
Received: 2022/12/27 | Accepted: 2023/05/28

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