Shivanand M Handigund*
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Bengaluru, India
*Corresponding Author: Shivanand M Handigund, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Bengaluru, India.
Received: December 17, 2021; Published: February 25, 2022
The methodologies for ranking the educational Institutes adopted by world class indexing organizations are based on some criterion values that are supposed to index the quality of education in the institute. In reality, all these criteria are not independent to each other as few criteria may be independent and paves the scope for their enhancement without their real contribution to the quality of education, some dependent on the flow from other criterion values, and some others criterion values are not in entirety the contribution from the education quality of the institute. These issues have been resolved in our proposed methodology. The next issue is that the provision of weightages to the criteria without the authentication of the dimensional equipollency between environmental, intermediary and receivable criterion cluster values. The other issue is the way to compute criterion appropriateness in determining the quality of education. In this paper, an attempt is made to compute the appropriate quality index through the criterion values flow to the receivable criteria. In au-courant process, the quality index is manually measured through the maximum flow of the criterion values to the receivable criteria. The intermediate criterion capacities depend on the source criterion holistic capacities. The receivable criteria receive maximum up their receipt of the flow and the remnant value may not contribute to the quality of the Institute. Ford-Fulkerson and others have developed manual iterative methodologies to compute the maximum flow from source criteria to receivable criteria. This methodology works for limited number of criteria that too with recursive procedure. In ranking, the criteria are large in numbers with their hierarchies. Therefore, in this paper an attempt is made to develop an automated methodology to compute ranks of institutes resolving all the extant shortfalls.
CCS Concepts • Computing Methodologies. Development of new algorithm for indexing, based on the criterion values.
Keywords: Criterion Value; Capacity; Flow Graph; Flow Matrix; Environmental Criteria; Intermediate Criteria; Receivable Criteria; Maximum Flow; Quality Index
Citation: Shivanand M Handigund. “An Ameliorated Methodology for the Design and Development of Indexing the Educational Institutes”. Acta Scientific Computer Sciences 4.3 (2022): 42-47.
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