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Advanced Operations Management for Complex Systems Analysis: Introduction

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Abstract

This chapter has had a brief overview of multi-criteria decision making methods for operations management, especially for complex decision-making and complex system analysis, and the main content of each chapter has been introduced: a two-stage interval best-worst method based on the multiplicative constraint was developed in Chap.  2, 2-tupe DEMATEL (decision making trial and evaluation laboratory) was introduced in Chap.  3, fuzzy best-worst network method combined with ISM was proposed for analyzing the complex systems was illustrated in Chap.  4, and a multi-stakeholder intuitionistic fuzzy multi-criteria decision making method was presented in Chap.  5. Typical problems about complex decision-making and complex system analysis were investigated to show the applicability of these advanced operations management methods.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Industrial and Systems EngineeringHong Kong Polytechnic UniversityHong Kong SARChina

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