Spatial analysis model for traffic accident-prone roads classification: a proposed framework

Anik Vega Vitianingsih, Nanna Suryana, Zahriah Othman

Abstract


The classification method in the spatial analysis modeling based on the multi-criteria parameter is currently widely used to manage Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software engineering. The accuracy of the proposed model will play an essential role in the successful software development of GIS. This is related to the nature of GIS used for mapping through spatial analysis. This paper aims to propose a framework of spatial analysis using a hybrid estimation model-based on a combination of Multi-criteria decision-making (MCDM) and Artificial neural networks (ANNs) (MCDM-ANNs) classification. The proposed framework is based on the comparison of existing frameworks through the concept of a literature review. The model in the proposed framework will be used for future work on the traffic accident-prone road classification through testing with a private or public spatial dataset. Model validation testing on the proposed framework uses metaheuristic optimization techniques. Policymakers can use the results of the model on the proposed framework for initial planning developing GIS software engineering through spatial analysis models.

Keywords


GIS software engineering; Hybrid estimation model-based; MCDM-ANNs; Proposed framework; Spatial analysis model; Traffic accident-prone roads



DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijai.v10.i2.pp%25p

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