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Evaluation of Criteria used for Sustainable and Intelligent Transportation System Selection

  title={Evaluation of Criteria used for Sustainable and Intelligent Transportation System Selection},
  author={Nazli Goker and Mehtap Dursun and Ergun Ari},
  journal={WSEAS TRANSACTIONS on SYSTEMS archive},
- Sustainable and intelligent transportation systems aim to make contribution to economy and reduce environmental damages by providing a number of benefits namely road safety, efficient city management, energy efficiency, and reduced travel time and fuel consumption. This study presents an intuitionistic fuzzy cognitive map (IFCM) application to evaluate the importance degrees of selection criteria of sustainable and intelligent transportation systems. An intuitionistic decision based… 

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