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|Title:||Development and modeling of the weighting algorithm of the passenger vehicle transportation quality|
|Authors:||Aleksandrovich, Z. A.|
Petrovna, A. O.
Evgenevna, Z. P.
|Publisher:||IOP Publishing Ltd|
|Citation:||Aleksandrovich Z. A. Development and modeling of the weighting algorithm of the passenger vehicle transportation quality / Z. A. Aleksandrovich, A. O. Petrovna, Z. P. Evgenevna. — DOI 10.1088/1742-6596/1694/1/012020 // Journal of Physics: Conference Series. — 2020. — Vol. 1694. — Iss. 1. — 012020.|
|Abstract:||At the moment, the role of passenger vehicles (PV) in human life is quite large. People use PV almost every day. Recently, however, the roads are becoming more overloaded due to the increase in the number of vehicles. Consequently, the likelihood increases of less quality transportation. And the indicator of the quality of transportation is key in its assessment. One way to solve this problem is to develop an application that allows users to provide better information on how to get to their destination. However, for such an application to work, it is necessary to develop an algorithm by which it will work. This article proposes a weighting algorithm for assessing the quality of transportation of passenger vehicles. This algorithm works according to the following principle: the destination enters; the user assigns weight values to the characteristics of transportation (for example, convenience, safety, etc.); there is a comparative characteristic of vehicles going to the destination for each of the criteria (places are assigned for each of the criteria); at the end, the rating of each vehicle is compiled on the basis of multiplying the weight values of the vehicle seat by the criterion and the weight coefficient of the transportation criterion and further summing up the resulting terms. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.|
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