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Abstract

In the field of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) we are concerned with the design of mathematical and computational tools to support the subjective evaluation of a finite number of decision alternatives under a finite number of performance criteria, by a single decision maker or by a group. Roughly thirty years old now, MCDA is a full-grown branch of Operations Research, if we take the number of publications in Operations Research Journals and the streams of contributions at the INFORMS and EURO conferences as yardsticks to judge its maturity.

Keywords

Decision Maker Analytic Hierarchy Process Monetary Unit Nomination Committee MCDA Method 
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