Multicriteria Programming of Water Supply Systems for Rural Areas
Roy, Bernard; Slowinski, Roman; Treichel, Wiktor (1992), Multicriteria Programming of Water Supply Systems for Rural Areas, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 28, 1, p. 13-31. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1752-1688.1992.tb03151.x
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Résumé (EN)The aim of this paper is to present a multicriteria methodology for decision aid at the stage of programming a water supply system (WSS) for a rural area. The programming stage is an intermediate one between planning and designing water supply facilities, and can be decomposed into two problems: (a) setting up a priority order of water users, taking into account socio-economic criteria; and (b) choosing the best technical variant of the WSS. Among the criteria considered for the latter problem, there is a criterion of distance between the socio-economic priorities of users and the precedence orders of users according to the technical programming, which plays a coordinating role between problems (a) and (b). All steps of the presented methodology are illustrated by a real case study.
Mots-clésprogramming of water supply systems; multicriteria decision aid; priority ordering of water users; choice of a technical variant
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