Several researches in the scientific, industrial and commercial fields are supporting the reduction of traditional combustion carsâ use. The main purpose is to increase the quality of life into the metropolitan cities through the reduction of CO2 emissions and global warming. Accordingly, one of the most successful models is the carpooling system. Currently, people are investigating the sustainability and durability of carpooling business model from both economic and organizational point of view. The present research aims to develop a Multicriteria Decision Support System (MDSS) in order to offer a carpooling systemâs platform based on different criteria. The MDSS is developed from driverâs point of view and settled on two levels of optimization. Firstly, a genetic algorithm is proposed to solve an orienteering problem that optimizes the total revenue of driver based on the carâs capability and the time schedule. Secondly, the best optimization solutions are compared with multicriteria analysis respect to other criteria not included in the first optimization. The outcome of MDSS is a schedule for drivers, which gives maximum satisfaction in terms of profitability, punctuality and comfort of the travel.
|Titolo:||A web-based multiple criteria decision support system for evaluation analysis of carpooling|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|