Google scholar arxiv informatics ads IJAIS publications are indexed with Google Scholar, NASA ADS, Informatics et. al.

Call for Paper

-

July Edition 2021

International Journal of Applied Information Systems solicits high quality original research papers for the July 2021 Edition of the journal. The last date of research paper submission is June 15, 2021.

ANP-AHP Supported Group Decision Support System for Public and Private Sector Participation in New Delhi Expressway System

Madhuri, P.K. Saksena Published in Artificial Intelligence

International Journal of Applied Information Systems
Year of Publication 2012
© 2010 by IJAIS Journal
10.5120/ijais12-450172
Download full text
  1. Madhuri and P K Saksena. Article: ANP-AHP Supported Group Decision Support System for Public and Private Sector Participation in New Delhi Expressway System. International Journal of Applied Information Systems 1(5):4-10, February 2012. BibTeX

    @article{key:article,
    	author = "Madhuri and P.K. Saksena",
    	title = "Article: ANP-AHP Supported Group Decision Support System for Public and Private Sector Participation in New Delhi Expressway System",
    	journal = "International Journal of Applied Information Systems",
    	year = 2012,
    	volume = 1,
    	number = 5,
    	pages = "4-10",
    	month = "February",
    	note = "Published by Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA"
    }
    

Abstract

Delhiite’s love affair with the automobile is becoming even more ‘passionate’ and inspite of the authorities trying desperately hard, the traffic gridlock merely moves on to the next intersection. The complexity of the goals of New Delhi Transport System and its relationship with other Public and Private Organizations makes the managerial decision making regarding New Delhi Expressway System Planning, a multi-criteria, multi-dimensional and multi-approach task. It is not realistic to submit decisions to such a critical problem without proper visualization of the preferred future. In this paper, a ANP-AHP based Group Decision Support System for Information Visualization is presented and its main components are analyzed and discussed for effective managerial decision making by mutual participation of public and private sector in New Delhi Expressway System to solve the city’s traffic problems. The Model Base Management Subsystem interacts with Project Planning and Implementation Module, Project Financing and Managing Module, Project Infrastructure Leasing Module, Subsidy and Pricing Module; Multi-criteria Iterative Futuristic Decision Process Methodology based Multi-criteria Futuristic Decision Process Platform and Quality Decision Network-Virtual Desk through Central Vision Navigator Board for strategic, tactical and operational planning of New Delhi Expressway System for the next 5 years.

Reference

  1. Askin, R.G., and Dawson, D.W. 2000. Maximizing Customer Satisfaction by Optimal Specification of Engineering Characteristics. IIE Transactions 32, 9-20.
  2. Hatcher, M.E. 1992. A Video Conferencing System for the United States Army: Group Decision- Making in a Geographically Distributed Environment. Decision Support Systems 8, 181-190.
  3. Khanna, I.K., Singh, N., and Vrat, P. 1987. Some Studies in Policy Design and Analysis of Delhi’s Urban Passenger Transportation System. Transportation System Management and System Analysis and Policy Studies. Tata McGraw–Hill.
  4. Lim, L., Raman, K., and Kwok-Kee, W. 1991. Interacting effects of GDSS and Leadership. Decision Support Systems 12, 199-211.
  5. Parida, N., and Gupta, A.K. 1996. A Stated Preference Approach to Mode Choice Modeling in Delhi. Transports urbains dans les pays en developpement, actes de la conference Tome 1, III.131-III.139.
  6. Reddy, T.S., Bhatia, N.L., and Suthar, H.H. 1990. Traffic Flow Characteristics of Selected Arterials in Delhi. Transportation Systems Studies: Analysis and Policy. Papyrus Publishing House.
  7. Saini, R., Saxena, P.K., and Kalra, P.K. 2000. Internet Enabled Synergistic Intelligent Systems and their Applications to Efficient Management of Operational Organizations. Information Sciences 127, 45-62.
  8. Sarna, A.C. 1990. Traffic and Transportation Problems of Indian Cities-A Review. Transportation System Studies: Analysis and Policy. Papyrus Publishing House.
  9. Saxena, A., and Saxena, P.K. 2003. Future Scan and Prospective Vision of Delhi Bus Transportation System Using Multicriteria Iterative Futuristic Decision Process Methodology. Urban Transport Journal 4(1), 208-213.
  10. Sibal, V.K., 1996. Financing Urban Mass Transit Projects in India: with a special referenced to the proposed Delhi MRTS. Transports urbains dans less pays en developpement, actes de la conference Tome 1, II.161-11.170.
  11. Tavana, M., Kennedy, D.T., and Joglekar, P. 1996. A Group Decision Support Framework for Consensus Ranking of Technical Manger Candidate. Omega 24(5), 523-538.
  12. Teng, J., and Ramamurthy, K. 1993. Group Decision Support Systems: Clarifying the Concept and Establishing a Functional Taxonomy. INFOR 31(3), 166-184.

Keywords

New Delhi Expressway System, Analytic Network Process, Analytic Hierarchy Process, Group Decision Support System, Information Visualization