(Criteria and Indicators Modification and Adaptation Tool) Version 2
H., Prabhu, R., Yasmi, Y., Colfer, C.J.P., Simarmata, J.P.P., Zacharias, T., Rizal,
A., Haggith, M., Taylor, J., Yulianto, E., Sukadri, D., Helianthy, G.E., Sartika,
E., Indriatmoko, Y., Isbadi, I.I.
| || ||Abstract:
is a computer software designed to help users modify, customize and adapt the
CIFOR C&I (Criteria and Indicators) generic template and C&I sets of CIFOR
industrial plantation, CIFOR community managed foerst, International Tropical
Timber Organization, Forest Stewardship Council, African Timber Organization and
the Indonesian Ecolabelling Institute to meet local conditions and expectations.
also allows its users to develop an entirely new set of C&I from an 'empty'
set. CIMAT will assist users by giving suggestions at any stage. Furthermore,
CIMAT also provides guidance for assessment of C&I using multicriteria analysis
i.e. analytic hierarchy process, ranking and rating. CIMAT can also be treated
as a 'learning tool' for those who are merely interested in exploring the C&I
knowledge store on it.
The CD contains:
Version 2 Tutorial
The tutorial is developed to help users learn CIMAT interactively
and step by step followed by some case studies. It contains some basic examples
on how to perform particular tasks in CIMAT. It equipped with vioce. Audio devices
will be required.
- Criteria and Indicators Papers
collection of CIFOR's C&I research outputs. We have grouped these outputs
into 4 categories; C&I Tollbox, C&I Papers, Other Related Papers and CIMAT
Related Papers. The C&I Toolbox deals with guidelines for development and
application of C&I for a particular forest management unit. C&I Papers
consist of both published and unpublished papers produced by CIFOR and it's collaborators
based on the C&I research carried out since 1994. Other Related Papers, although
not directly related to C&I, provides supporting references for their development
and application. The last one provides more information on CIMAT.
- 486 DX or better with Win
- SuperVGA 800x600
32 MB (minimum 16 MB)
- Harddisk space 17