Readings in multiple criteria decision aid
This book gives an up-to-date overview of Multiple Criteria Decision Aid. It covers the different trends in MCDA Research, not only in terms of "methods" but also in discussion of fundamental methodological aspects, basic theoretical concepts and conditions and problems embodying a robust real-world decision aid practice. Emphasis is also given on MCDA software descriptions, which are significant tools for aiding "analysts" in aiding "decision-makers." The book constitutes also a good textbook for MCDM teaching and includes references for a deeper study of the various multicriteria approaches.
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Carlos A Bana e Costa and Philippe Vincke
Tawfik Jelassi Gregory Kersten and Stanley Zionts
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actions actors alternatives analysis Analytic Hierarchy Process application attribute BANKADVISER basic binary relation Bouyssou client comparisons complete preorder concept concordance consider consists constraints context crisp criterion vector decision aid decision maker decision problem decision process decision-aid decision-maker defined definition discordance dominance ELECTRE methods elements evaluation example feasible Figure fuzzy sets GAIA gj(a gk(a global goals graph iff g(a importance imprecision incomparability interactive interval order interval scale Keeney LAMSADE linear programming MALL Matarazzo mathematical matrix MCDA MCDM measurement measurement theory membership functions multicriteria multiple objective objective functions obtained operational optimal Ostanello Pareto optimal partial phase possible preference model preference structure prescription problem profiles PROMETHEE Methods ranking ratio scale real numbers representation situation solution strict weak order SUB.CTR subset taking into account techniques theory tion tive transitive utility function variables Vincke weights