MULTILEVEL ARCHITECTURE OF AN INTELLECTUAL MANAGEMENT DECISIONS SUPPORT SYSTEM IN RESOURCES SUPPLY SYSTEMS OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION
A.A. Sokolov, A.P. Tyukov, M.V. Shcherbakov, T.A. Janovsky
This article discusses the problem of providing information about energy resources consumption and distribution at an industrial machine-building plant for decision makers on energy resources procurement that keep records of energy resources consumption. The purpose of the providing is to improve the accuracy of energy resources costs planning and decision-making support in energy efficient technologies choice to minimize energy consumption. This problem is solved by using an integrated solution. The architecture of this solution is presented. It includes: (1) an energy distribution model; (2) a method of synthesis the data collection network topology for fast implementation of the data collection process to supplement the model with missing data; (3) a data quality assessment method based on decision trees; (4) a method of decision-making support in choice of new equipment to reduce energy resources consumption. The prototype of the proposed solution that implements the proposed architecture was tested at the Volgograd hardware plant and other enterprises.
Keywords: :architecture of energy management system, decision support, energy management, energy efficiency, industry, data collection.