A.Quantitative Modelling & Simulation: Objectives: To: - Create awareness on modelling techniques; it’s benefits and the way to use them - Provide training and consultancy on OR, statistical and other quantitative techniques.
A.Quantitative Modelling & Simulation:Objectives:To:- Create awareness on modelling techniques; it’s benefits and the way to use them- Provide training and consultancy on OR, statistical and other quantitative techniques
- Make available the state-of-the-art modelling infrastructure facilities for use by the planner(s) and administrator(s) at the centre, state and district level- Development of indigenous software packages, and application development using sectorial integrated databases
Domain Area of Application:Core Management Techniques:- PRE-PROCESSING OF LARGE STATISTICAL INFORMATION- STATISTICAL ANALYSES AND MODELLING- OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES- PROJECT MANAGEMENT- SYSTEM DYNAMICS- FORECASTING TECHNIQUES:• TIME SERIES MODELS• ECONOMETRIC MODELS• NEURAL NETWORK BASED MODELS DATA WAREHOUSING, OLAP AND DATA MINING(INCLUDING TEXT)
Generalized Applications:• Forecasting and Monitoring Based on ARIMA/Box-Jenkins Methodology• Generalized Decision Support System for Transportation and Distribution Planning System using Multi-objective Criterion• A Decision Support System(DSS) for Multi-Criteria Transportation and Distribution Problems
• Forecast consultant for Final Forecasting Technique Selection• Optimization algorithms(Linear and Goal Programming) using product form of inverse approach• Optimal distribution of funds for different sectors of Indian economy using multi-objective goal programming approach• Generalized ARIMA algorithm developed based on Box and Jenkins
• Web based Agriculture/Food price monitoring system for District level markets• Generalized Multi criterion Transportation & Distribution system based on GP for movement of all products(Fertilizer, Food grains, Coal Steel, etc.)
B. DATAWAREHOUSING, OLAP AND DATA MINING• Data Warehouse/OLAP/Data Mining System for central sector projects- Projects Costing Rs.20 crores and aboveUser: Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation