ELECTRE TRI for Groups with Imprecise Information on Parameter Values
Luis Dias and
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João Clímaco: University of Coimbra
Group Decision and Negotiation, 2000, vol. 9, issue 5, No 1, 355-377
Abstract ELECTRE TRI is a well-known method to assign actions to predefined ordered categories, considering multiple criteria. Using this method requires setting many parameters, which is often a difficult task. We consider the case where a group of Decision Makers (DMs) is unsure of which values each parameter should take, which may result from insufficient, imprecise or contradictory information, as well as from lack of consensus among the group members. In a framework where DMs provide constraints bounding and interrelating the parameter values, rather than fixing precise figures, we discuss the problem of finding the best and worst category that each action may attain.
Keywords: ELECTRE TRI; decision by consensus; imprecise/partial information; robustness analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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