Logistics Institute of Industry and Transport

Košice, Slovakia

Logistics Institute of Industry and Transport

Košice, Slovakia
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Torok A.,Budapest University of Technology and Economics | Fedorko G.,Logistics Institute of Industry and Transport | Molnar V.,Logistics Institute of Industry and Transport | Husakova N.,Logistics Institute of Industry and Transport | Csiszar C.,Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Periodica Polytechnica Transportation Engineering | Year: 2017

This paper is dealing with the evolvement of operational research in logistics related to ITS projects. Basically a static model has been introduced by the authors. The model is an extended assigned method. There are more and more quasireal-time data existing on the changing properties of real world elements and processes due to the less and less cycle time of data collecting. On the other hand volume of the data mapping the real world in more details increased significantly. Therefore ITS projects in logistic has been examined. Later on the model has been partly dynamited.


Straka M.,Logistics Institute of Industry and Transport | Bindzar P.,Logistics Institute of Industry and Transport | Kadukova A.,Logistics Institute of Industry and Transport
Acta Montanistica Slovaca | Year: 2014

The area of Slovakia has the assumptions for the development of mining, metallurgy and other related science disciplines since time immemorial, thanks to its mineral wealth. The production of waste and its subsequent location troubles many of the mining towns. This article focuses on the decision-making process in the field of selection of an appropriate location for the storage of waste which is produced by mines that would fit all the conditions and requirements laid down in the laws of the State. For a good selection of solutions, it is necessary to have a number of truthful information and usability of the software product (e-MDM – electronic Multi-criteria Decision Making), which enables easier and faster choice based on multicriterial methods, where all the relevant data and their essential characteristics are an important element in terms of decision-making, or ranking and are judged according to certain selected evaluation criteria. © 2014, Acta Montanistica Slovaca. All rights reserced.

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