Cupum 2013 Marco te Brömmelstroet

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Cupum 2013 Marco te Brömmelstroet

  1. 1. (HOW) DO PLANNING SUPPORT SYSTEMS IMPROVE PLANNING? A controlled experiment
  2. 2. Urban environments – climate - mobility NWO: CESAR PROGRAM MARCO TE BRÖMMELSTROET UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM PETER PELZER UTRECHT UNIVERSITY RALPH KLERKX TNO SANDER SCHAMINÉE TNO
  3. 3. Research rationale  PSS field is maturing  ‘Knowledge technologies’  Many claims & hypotheses  Not much focus on testing  Overview of PSS books:  414 reported claims  59 reported tests
  4. 4. Research rationale  Implementation gap  Especially in strategic planning  Constructive learning requires:  Consolidated aims  Consolidated theory  Consolidated methods (Nijstad 2009 in: Te Brömmelstroet 2013)
  5. 5. Conceptual model
  6. 6. PSS: Urban Strategy  Urban Strategy: developed by TNO since 2006  Started as an environmental modeling tool  Main features:  Calculate and display effects interactively  Centralized data storage  Scenarios  Communication between models
  7. 7. PSS: Urban Strategy 3D Database3D Database IMB Communication Framework (Publish/Subscribe) Traffic Noise Air Safety Energy Cost 1D Viewer 2D (GIS) Viewer 3D Viewer External Data Link External Models Offline Models Sensor Link Mobile Client Connect PDA, SmartphonePDA, SmartphoneWMS, WFS, NetCDF Tablet, Surface TableTablet, Surface Table OPS Lotos EUROS
  8. 8. PSS: Urban Strategy Perform measures in GIS environment
  9. 9. Experiment Video of experiment (5 min)
  10. 10. CLASSIC USABILITY INDICATORS 6,12 6,07 5,81 5,79 5,74 5,71 5,60 5,59 5,55 5,55 5,75 5,36 5,31 5,24 5,10 5,07 4,92 0,00 1,00 2,00 3,00 4,00 5,00 6,00 7,00 LESSTIM E DOM ORE SKETCHING LESSEFFORT DISPLAYED EVALUATION UNDERSTANDABLE CREATING COM M UNICATIVE CREDIBLE OVERALL USERFRIENDLY DETAIL BROADNESS TRANSPARANCY INDICATORS SPECIFIC
  11. 11. RESULTS ON PLANNING PROCESS QUALITY
  12. 12. RESULTS ON PLANNING OUTCOME QUALITY
  13. 13. Methodological reflection Both observation and indicators show a positive effect on planning (process). But:  Low ecological validity  combine with real world observations  High measurement validity  ‘Quality of planning’ concept under development  External validity  Is Urban Strategy a typical PSS (for strategy making)
  14. 14. Methodological reflection Both observation and indicators show a positive effect on planning (process). But:  Role playing is problematic  Students from different backgrounds  Holding treatment constant is problematic  More focus on fundamental mechanisms  Final lesson: Potential improvements on organizing the exchange of knowledge between participants and PSS
  15. 15. Thank you for your kind attention E-mail: brommelstroet@uva.nl Recent publications: Te Brömmelstroet, M. (2012). "Transparency, flexibility, simplicity: From buzzwords towards strategies for real PSS improvement." Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 36(1), 96-104 Te Brömmelstroet M. (2013). “Performance of Planning Support Systems: What is it, and how do we report on it?”. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, in press

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