Dundar F. Kocaoglu
Management of Engineering and Technology
Our world is a mobile world. The days have passed that it would take weeks, sometimes even months, to traverse a continent. Now a person has many choices in mode of travel from one destination to another. The method that an individual chooses is based on many different criteria. Our model seeks to help people trying to choose a method of travel from Portland, OR to San Francisco, CA. We have developed the model and in this paper, discuss the testing methods used to verify the model’s validity. In our report, we describe the methodology we used in the project and the attributes used in the model. We compared and contrasted the attributes and the significance of each to help the decision makers decide on the best mode of travel based on the criteria given in the model.
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Griffis, Sarah; Menze, Ryan; Narvekar, Kruti; and Rampalli, Phaneendra, "Hierarchal Decision Model for Mode of Transportation from Portland, OR to San Francisco, CA" (2013). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 450.