Using argumentative mapping and qualitative probabilistic network in resettlement planning process: A case study of Padma Multi-purpose Bridge Project

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Mahmood, Muhammad Nateque, Horita, Masahide, Keast, Robyn and Brown, Kerry. 2012. "Using argumentative mapping and qualitative probabilistic network in resettlement planning process: A case study of Padma Multi-purpose Bridge Project." Xue, Xiaolong, Liu, Min, Shi, Feng, Wu, Yudi and Xue, Weirui (ed.) International Conference on Construction and Real Estate Management (2012). Kansas City, United States 01 - 02 Oct 2012
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Using argumentative mapping and qualitative probabilistic network in resettlement planning process: A case study of Padma Multi-purpose Bridge Project

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AuthorsMahmood, Muhammad Nateque (Author), Horita, Masahide (Author), Keast, Robyn (Author) and Brown, Kerry (Author)
EditorsXue, Xiaolong, Liu, Min, Shi, Feng, Wu, Yudi and Xue, Weirui
Journal or Proceedings TitleInternational Conference on Construction and Real Estate Management
ERA Conference ID43295
Number of Pages7
Year2012
ISBN9787112146314
Web Address (URL) of Paperhttp://www.iccrem.com
Conference/EventInternational Conference on Construction and Real Estate Management (2012)
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01 to end of 02 Oct 2012
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Kansas City, United States
Abstract

This paper describes an alternative methodology for representing and analyzing diversified views of project Affected Persons (APs) in order to facilitate development processes for resettlement planning. The traditional methodologies including Spatial Decision Support Systems (SDSS) and Argumentation Support Systems have at times showed their ineffectiveness in terms of gathering, analyzing and incorporating diversified views of project APs into necessary strategies and actions. This ineffectiveness is due to the fact that they have limitations in dealing with ill-structured problems and uncertainty to analyze alternative strategies or management options. The paper therefore, proposes an integrated method in order to encounter these limitations. The integrated method is based on a combination of Argumentative Mapping for Resettlement Planning (AMRP) and Qualitative Probabilistic Networks (QPNs). The new methodology was introduced in a large-scale infrastructure project, namely Padma Multipurpose Bridge Project, Bangladesh to verify its applicability. Scenario-based analyses for different combination of management options/interventions within the developed qualitative probabilistic networks were conducted which provided basis for a list of recommendations. Results derived from the scenario-based analyses not only provide better insights of the land acquisition and resettlement-related problems, but also indicate critical management options for desired objectives.

Keywordsqualitative probabilistic networks, scenario-based analysis, resettlement planning, Bangladesh
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020400508. Infrastructure engineering and asset management
Byline AffiliationsSouthern Cross University
University of Tokyo, Japan
Queensland University of Technology
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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