A methodology for feasibility studies/

Dağlı, Cihan Hayreddin


A methodology for determining the cluster of a new project
Yiğit, Aybeniz; Saatçioğlu, Ömer; Department of Industrial Engineering (2005)
By definition, all projects are unique; however R&D projects have specific characteristics that make them harder to manage. The project management methodology applied to R&D projects may show differences due to the categorization of them. But if there exists a categorization of projects, one can analyze the properties of the project classes and then manage similar projects similarly. In this study, the R&D projects of a main military electronics company of Turkey, are analyzed. Tunç (2004) has developed a m...
An improved organization method for association rules and a basis for comparison of methods
Jabarnejad, Masood; Köksal, Gülser; Department of Industrial Engineering (2010)
In large data, set of mined association rules are typically large in number and hard to interpret. Some grouping and pruning methods have been developed to make rules more understandable. In this study, one of these methods is modified to be more effective and more efficient in applications including low thresholds for support or confidence, such as association analysis of product/process quality improvement. Results of experiments on benchmark datasets show that the proposed method groups and prunes more r...
A probabilistic approach to multi criteria sorting problem
Buğdacı, Aslı Gül; Köksalan, Murat; Department of Industrial Engineering (2009)
We aim to classify alternatives evaluated in multiple criteria among preference ordered classes assuming an underlying additive utility function. We develop a probabilistic classification method by calculating the probability of an alternative being in each class. We assign alternatives to classes based on threshold probabilities. We require the decision maker to place an alternative to a class when no alternatives satisfy the required thresholds. We find new probabilities for unassigned alternatives in the...
An intertemporal and spatial network model for Turkish Energy System
Seyhan, Tolga Han; Güven, Yusuf Çağlar; Department of Industrial Engineering (2007)
Turkey, as a recent signatory to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has to adopt policies to restrict greenhouse gas emissions at a time when energy demand is increasing rapidly. We report on an intertemporal, spatial network model representing the energy system that seeks to address the difficult trade-offs involved. We compute and optimal mix of fuels and technologies; considering efficiencies and investments in generation and transmission. The model allows analysis of emis...
A decision support system for production planning and pre-cost estimation activities in an apparel company
Gökalp, Ebru; Şen, Tayyar; Department of Industrial Engineering (2010)
In this study, a specific decision support system is designed and developed for Production Planning and Marketing Department of an apparel company. The developed system involves two modules with user friendly interface or data input and query. The system is designed to provide support in the following fields of decision making; pre cost estimation, capacity planning, master production planning and production scheduling. A detailed analysis of the existing system is conducted and Microsoft Access is used for...
Citation Formats
C. H. Dağlı, “A methodology for feasibility studies/,” Middle East Technical University, 1973.