In the sciences of operations research and decision theory, the study of multicriteria decision-aid has seen considerable development in the last ten years. The author provides a concise and rigorous presentation of the concepts and procedures of this method. Includes discussions of outranking methods, interactive methods, multiple attribute utility theory, and the theories of social choice, voting procedures, fuzzy sets and decision in context of uncertainty.
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