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An Approach to Support Negotiation Processes with Imprecise Information Multicriteria Additive Models

João N. Clímaco () and Luis Dias
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João N. Clímaco: University of Coimbra

Group Decision and Negotiation, 2006, vol. 15, issue 2, No 6, 184 pages

Abstract: Abstract This paper discusses the possible uses of the VIP (Variable Interdependent Parameters) Analysis software and methodology in negotiation support. VIP Analysis is a decision support tool that incorporates complementary approaches to deal with the aggregation of multi-criteria performances under imprecise information. Its purpose is to support the evaluation of a discrete set of alternatives according to multi-attribute additive value functions. We propose extensions of the methodology of VIP Analysis to address explicitly the differences among the actors in terms of the weights space.

Keywords: multicriteria aggregation; additive utility/value models; imprecise information; VIP analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2006
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