Basis of Scientific Investigations in Land Management and Real Estate Appraisal
Major: Geospatial Modeling
Code of subject: 7.193.02.M.027
Department: Cadastre of Territory
Lecturer: Assoc. Lyudmila Savchuk
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: the ability to demonstrate in-depth knowledge and skills to conduct experiments, collect data, modeling and analysis of the results, systematic thinking and apply creativity to the formation of innovative ideas in geodesy and land management. plan and complete research, using the resulting expertise to prepare and perform the research plan under the defined time frame. the ability to demonstrate knowledge of the current state of affairs and new technologies in the field of land management and real estate valuation. the ability to realize the importance of acquired knowledge in order to obtain new professional skills, adapt to new situations and make decisions.
Required prior and related subjects: Geodesy in nature management Land management design Geomatics and remote sensing methods Land policy and rational use and protection of land Geospatial data infrastructure
Summary of the subject: Research, purpose, character features. Organization and planning research. Theoretical research methods. Experimental research methods. Methodological foundations of scientific knowledge. The scientific information. Mathematical modeling in scientific research. Processing and presentation of results of experimental studies.
Assessment methods and criteria: class test, oral interviews (40%); final control (60%, thematic tests, pass a test), written-oral form (60%).
Recommended books: 1.Voznyak O.T., Zhelyh V.M. Fundamentals of research in building: Training. manual. - Lviv: Publishing House of the National University "Lviv Polytechnic", 2003. - 176 p. 2.Biluha M.T. Basic scientific research: Pidruch.dlya universities. - K .: Higher HQ., 1997. – 271 p. 3.Yerina A.M., Zahozhaj V.B., Yerin D.L. Research Methodology: Training posibnyk.- K .: Center of educational literature, 2004. - 212 p.