The logic of priorities: applications in business, energy, health and transportation
This book is an introduction to prioritization using the AHP in applications such as transport projects, technology transfer, and resource allocation. It covers forward and backward planning, risk, uncertainty in portfolio selection, and conflict resolution.
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