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Multicriteria Decision Making : Advances in MCDM Models, Algorithms, Theory, and Applications - Thomas Gal

Multicriteria Decision Making

Advances in MCDM Models, Algorithms, Theory, and Applications

By: Thomas Gal (Editor), Theodor J. Stewart (Editor), Thomas Hanne (Editor)

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At a practical level, mathematical programming under multiple objectives has emerged as a powerful tool to assist in the process of searching for decisions which best satisfy a multitude of conflicting objectives, and there are a number of distinct methodologies for multicriteria decision-making problems that exist. These methodologies can be categorized in a variety of ways, such as form of model (e.g. linear, non-linear, stochastic), characteristics of the decision space (e.g. finite or infinite), or solution process (e.g. prior specification of preferences or interactive). Scientists from a variety of disciplines (mathematics, economics and psychology) have contributed to the development of the field of Multicriteria Decision Making (MCDM) (or Multicriteria Decision Analysis (MCDA), Multiattribute Decision Making (MADM), Multiobjective Decision Making (MODM), etc.) over the past 30 years, helping to establish MCDM as an important part of management science. MCDM has become a central component of studies in management science, economics and industrial engineering in many universities worldwide.
Multicriteria Decision Making: Advances in MCDM Models, Algorithms, Theory and Applications aims to bring together `state-of-the-art' reviews and the most recent advances by leading experts on the fundamental theories, methodologies and applications of MCDM. This is aimed at graduate students and researchers in mathematics, economics, management and engineering, as well as at practicing management scientists who wish to better understand the principles of this new and fast developing field.

`I highly recommend the book to a broad audience of graduate students and scientists in operations research, economics, management sciences, and engineering, and to practitioners interested in following recent developments in MCDM.' Interfaces, 31:3(2001)

Foreword
Preface
About the Authors
Decision-Aiding Today: What Should We Expect
Theory of Vectormaximization: Various Concepts of Efficient Solutions
Duality in Multi-objective Optimization
Preference Relations and MCDM
Normative and Descriptive Aspects of Decision Making
Meta Decision Problems in Multiple Criteria Decision Making
Sensitivity Analysis in MCDM
Goal Programming
Reference Point Approaches
Concepts of Interactive Programming
Outranking Approach
Multi-Criteria Problem Structuring and Analysis in a Value Theory Framework
Fundamentals of Interior Multiple Objective Linear Programming Algorithms
The Use of Rough Sets and Fuzzy Sets in MCDM
Use of Artificial Intelligence in MCDM
Evolutionary Algorithms and Simulated Annealing for MCDM
Index
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ISBN: 9780792385349
ISBN-10: 0792385349
Series: International Series in Operations Research & Management Science, 21
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 538
Published: 31st July 1999
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.77 x 16.51  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.91