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DeSSIA : approche hybride et outil d'aide à l'évaluation pour le projet SUCCESS

Abstract : Success is a European project that will implement several clean transport offers in three European cities and evaluate the environmental impacts. The goal of these measures is to improve urban mobility or the displacement of residents inside cities. For e.g. park and ride, electric vehicles, hybrid bus and bike sharing etc. A list of 28 criteria and 60 measures has been established for evaluation of these transport projects. The evaluation criteria can be grouped into: Transport, environment, social, economic and fuel consumption. This article proposes a decision support system that encapsulates a hybrid approach based on multicriteria analysis and belief theory for the evaluation of impacts of urban mobility solutions. The positive points of our approach are that it treats heterogeneous data (qualitative, quantitative) from various information sources (human experts, survey, sensors, model etc.). A web-based tool called DeSSIA (Decision Support System for Impacts Assessment) has been developed that treats complex data. The tool has several functionalities starting from data integration (import of data), evaluation of projects and finishes by graphical display of results. The tool development is based on the concept of MVC (Model, View, and Controller). The MVC is a conception model adapted to the creation of software's which impose separation between data, their treatment and presentation. By the usage of technologies such as AJAX (XML and Java Script asynchrones), the application is more rapid and convivial
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Submitted on : Thursday, March 12, 2009 - 11:52:15 AM
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  • HAL Id : hal-00367748, version 1



Hichem Omrani, Anjali Awasthi, Luminita Ion, Philippe Trigano. DeSSIA : approche hybride et outil d'aide à l'évaluation pour le projet SUCCESS. Revue I3 - Information Interaction Intelligence, Cépaduès, 2009, 8 (1), pp.1-32. ⟨hal-00367748⟩



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