Linking DOT Project Prioritization Process with TAM Project Selections with ROI

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Matthew Mohebbi

Infromation Technologies Curves, Incorporated

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3017609342

Adi Smadi

The University of Kansas

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7853939590


Linking DOT Project Prioritization Process with TAM Project Selections with ROI


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Several economic optimization methods are linked with TAM project selections. One of the economic indicators in measuring them is the ROI (which can be defined in various ways), but there are others such as NPV, IBC, FYRR and more. This research needs statement refers to the need of connecting prioritization / different approaches to asset management (such as optimization) and TAM project selections and economic indicators.


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Matthew Mohebbi

Infromation Technologies Curves, Incorporated

[email protected]

3017609342

Adi Smadi

The University of Kansas

[email protected]

7853939590


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