Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process and its Application
The analytic hierarchy process (AHP) is one of the most widely-used multiattribute decision-making methods. In this section we overview the fuzzy AHP methods existing in the literature. We present the four different approaches of fuzzy AHP methods by giving numerical examples.
Key wordsMulti-attribute decision-making fuzzy AHP extent analysis entropy value
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