Browse Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning by Subject "Operations Research"
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A comparison of multiattribute decision-making techniques using an iterative procedure to derive a convergent criterion (1990)The objectives of the dissertation are to: (1) deductively compare five commonly used multiattribute decision making techniques and clarify the meanings of weights and (2) empirically evaluate the effectiveness of the ...
(1996)In this dissertation, we investigate the effects of different environmental-economic policy choices on the well-being of people in the affluent North and the relatively poor South blocks of countries. We also investigate ...
Implementation and evaluation of nonlinear bilevel programming model of equilibrium network design problem (1989)This research models the transportation investment decision making process which involves private-public interactions using a network design problem framework. Specifically, the objective of the research is to specify the ...
The Implementation of an Integrated Transportation Planning Model With GIS and Expert Systems for Interactive Transportation Planning (1993)The purpose of this research is to examine the possible benefits of combining transportation planning models with geographic information systems (GIS) and expert systems (ES) in the hope that integrating these systems can ...