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Title:Večkriterijski model za oceno tradicionalnih in avtohtonih pasem konj
Authors:Filipič, Nina (Author)
Rozman, Črtomir (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Prišenk, Jernej (Co-mentor)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FKBV - Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Abstract:Magistrsko delo temelji na razvoju večkriterijskega odločitvenega modela za oceno tradicionalnih in avtohtonih pasem konj. Model smo proučeno prilagodili vsem pasmam, saj se te med seboj razlikujejo po načinu življenja, pričakovanjih, zahtevah in predvsem izkušnjah. Tradicionalne pasme so tiste pasme živali, ki po izvoru ne izhajajo iz Republike Slovenije oziroma za katere to ni dokazano. V magistrskem delu so predstavljeni kasaški konj, ljutomerski kasač in haflinški konj. Avtohtone pasme so tiste pasme živali, za katere je na osnovi zgodovinskih virov o pasmah dokazano, da so pasme po izvoru iz Republike Slovenije, torej da je bila Republika Slovenija prvotno okolje za razvoj pasem. Podrobneje smo predstavili pasme lipicanski konj, slovenski hladnokrvni konj, posavski konj in bosanski planinski konj. Na podlagi vhodnih podatkov, da bi zajeli vplive več dejavnikov pasme konj hkrati, smo razvili večkriterijski odločitveni model DEXi za ocenjevanje tradicionalnih in avtohtonih pasem konj, v katerem smo določili glavne kriterije oziroma atribute: (i) zunanjost/temperament/šolanje, (ii) stroški/namenska uporabnost ter (iii) prilagodljivost okolju. Pasme konj smo glede na pridobljene rezultate razdelili v štiri skupine, in sicer: konji, ki imajo ˝neustrezno˝ oceno pasme, konji, ki imajo ˝manj ustrezno˝ oceno pasme, konji z ˝ustrezno˝ oceno pasme in konji, ki imajo lahko ˝zelo ustrezno˝ oceno pasme. V prvo skupino, poimenovano ˝neustrezna˝ ocena pasme, nismo zabeležili nobenega primera konja. V drugo skupino, poimenovano ˝manj ustrezna˝ ocena pasme, spada največ primerkov iz naše raziskave, in sicer: kasaški konji, ljutomerski kasač, lipicanski konj, slovenski hladnokrvni konj, posavski konj in bosanski planinski konj. V tretjo skupino spada samo en primerek, in sicer pasma haflinški konj, z ˝ustrezno˝ oceno pasme. V četrto in hkrati tudi zadnjo skupino konjev z ˝zelo ustrezno˝ oceno pasme pa prav tako nismo zabeležili nobenega primera konja.
Keywords:tradicionalne pasme, avtohtone pasme, večkriterijski model, metoda DEXi
Year of publishing:2021
Source:Maribor
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:U3LHQVBA
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Language:English
Title:A multicriteria model for assessing traditional and indigenous breeds of horses
Abstract:The master's thesis is based on the development of a multi-criteria decision model for the evaluation of traditional and indigenous horse breeds. We have studied the model for all breeds as they differ in lifestyle, expectations, requirements and most importantly experiences. Traditional breeds are those animal breeds that do not originate from the Republic of Slovenia or for which this has not been proven. In the master's thesis, trotting horses, the Ljutomer trotter and the Haflinger are presented. Indigenous breeds are those breeds of animals for which it has been proven, on the basis of historical sources on breeds, that the breeds originated in the Republic of Slovenia, i.e. that the Republic of Slovenia was the original environment for the development of the breeds. We have presented the Lipizzaner horse, the Slovenian Cold-Blooded horse, the Posavec horse and the Bosnian Mountain horse in more detail. Based on the input data, in order to capture the influences of several horse breed factors simultaneously, we developed a multi-criteria decision model DEXi for the evaluation of traditional and indigenous horse breeds, in which we defined the main criteria or attributes: (i) appearance/temperament/training, (ii) cost/use, and (iii) environmental adaptation. According to the results obtained, the horse breeds were classified into four groups, namely: horses with an "adequate" breed rating, horses with a "less adequate" breed rating, horses with an "adequate" breed rating, and horses with a "very adequate" breed rating. We did not record any cases of horses in the first group, the "inadequate" breed rating. The second group, called "less adequate" breed evaluation included most specimens from our study, namely: the trotter, the Ljutomer trotter, the Lipizzaner horse, the Slovenian Cold-Blooded horse, the Posavec horse and the Bosnian Mountain horse. In the third group there is only one specimen, the Haflinger horse breed, with a "sufficient" evaluation of the breed. In the fourth and last group of horses with a "very sufficient" evaluation of the breed we also have not recorded any horse specimen.
Keywords:traditional breeds, indigenous breeds, multi-criteria model, DEXi method


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