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Multi-Criteria Methods and Techniques Applied to Supply Chain Management

Author(s): Valerio Salomon
This book intends to be a complimentary reference for graduate and undergraduate courses of Business and Engineering. Readers not familiar with Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) and supply chain management (SCM) may have a first glance, reading isolate chapters. Moreover, the sequential order...

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Applications and Theory of Analytic Hierarchy Process

Author(s): Fabio De Felice, Thomas Saaty, Antonella Petrillo
The purpose of this book is to provide an introduction to the theory and applications in the field of decision making, especially focused on Analytic Hierarchy Process, a structured technique for organizing and analyzing complex decisions, based on mathematics and psychology. It was developed by ...

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Practical Decision Making

Author(s): Enrique Mu, Milagros Pereyra-Rojas
This book offers a simple introduction to the fundamentals and applications of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) without a pre-requisite for a sophisticated mathematical background. It provides a quick and intuitive understanding of the methodology using spreadsheet examples and explains in a ...

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The Neural Network Process (NNP): Generalization of the AHP and ANP to the Continuous Case of Neural Firing

Author(s): Thomas Saaty
This book generalizes the discrete mathematics of decision making to the continuous mathematics required to model the firing and synthesis of neurons in the brain and nervous system. Making comparisons as we do in decision making is intrinsic in all of our biology and behavior, and at the atomist...

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Measuring in Weighted Environments

Author(s): Claudio Garuti
The group's decision is usually understood to be the reduction of different individual preferences among objects in a given set to a single collective preference or group preference. In recent years, the researchers have tended to concentrate on the analysis of decisions that are ""re...

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