Intelligent decision support systems in the development of megalopolis infrastructure
Keywords:megapolis, infrastructure entities, intelligent decision support system, linguo-numerical evaluation of alternatives, fuzzy situational algorithm
From the point of view of the management theory, a megapolis is a complex non-stationary spatial system. The problem of making innovative decisions on the development of their infrastructure is caused by the presence of a large amount of information, its uncertainty and inconsistency. This article discusses the principles of building intelligent decision support systems of a situational type for the innovative development of the infrastructure of megacities. Solutions are formed by logico-analytical processing of data on the situation in general and special cases of situations for the considered subject of the megalopolis infrastructure. For the practical implementation of the decision-making mechanism, the article proposes a linguistic-numerical method for determining the potentially best alternative and a fuzzy situational algorithm for managing the subjects of the megalopolis infrastructure, based on the structural generality of the situations of a fuzzy situational network. The obtained results were tested on two real infrastructure subjects of Kyiv.
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