Description: The assessment of the validity of decision-making with the automated determination of the route of the vessel’s transition, in which the multicriteria task of choosing a vessel’s route from a certain number of options, generated automatically, is solved using the hierarchy analysis method. In order to improve the reasonableness and efficiency of planning the transfer of the vessel, it is proposed for each of the options for the vessel’s transfer plan to determine the route of the vessel, which are ranked according to the characteristics of the route variant and the vessel’s transition plan for which it was designed. An analysis of the ship’s transition planning process showed that the task of determining the route is closely related to other tasks of transition planning, including measures that indirectly affect the choice of the vessel’s route. Therefore, there is a need to analyze and evaluate possible transition plans to increase the feasibility of determining the ship’s route when planning a transition. Assessing the situation, the captain of the vessel chooses a sufficient number of transition plans. The selected transition plans are formalized in the form of a matrix of penalties for laying a route through the elements of space. For each of the transition plans, a route is calculated using the method of determining the vessel’s route variant when planning the transition. The obtained route options are ranked based on the analysis of hierarchies, using a pre-formed, coordinated matrix of expert judgments on the characteristics of route options and transition plans for which they are calculated.
Keywords: ship transition planning, route, automation of the route determination process, hierarchy analysis method
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