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Introduction and Objective:Function is the definitive target of every designing which plays a significant role in relation between efficient and space. The purpose of this research is finding the most significant influenced factor in vitality of urban open space.
Method: the methodology is descriptive-analytical and then the case-context method is used in assessing the area of study and finally the assessment and analysis of extracted factors from the literature of the research is presented. The methods are used for gathering data which are, questionnaire and interview and observation.This question is responded by Kolgmorof Smironov test and SPSS software is employed to examine different tests for assessing independent factors and then by using Varimax analysis and multi-factor regression of Kendall’s tau_ b and Spearman’s rho the portion of any of functional factors in the livability of urban open spaces is recognized.
Findings: the most effective factor in the livability of Eram park of Hamedan is the practical factor which leaves the most considerable effect on the livability of this urban park due to the viewpoint of Hamedan citizens in general and especially from the standpoint of the Eram urban park users. After this factor there are other factors such as: biological factors, mechanical factors and in the final step systematic factors which have has less effect than the first one on the livability of Eram park of Hamedan.
Conclusion: the optimal performance of Eram Park of Hamedan city is a function of the four dimensions of biological, mechanical, and functional system that the most effective one is Functional dimension and its variables (diversity, access, transport, shopping and tourism and security). Thus, according to the correlation coefficient, with the strengthening of this dimension, we can increase the effects of other aspects of dimensions and reinforce vitality.
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