Multiple Attribute Decision Making
- K. Paul Yoon - Fairleigh Dickinson University, USA
- Ching-Lai Hwang - Kansas State University, Manhattan, USA
The authors explore how MADM methods can be used for descriptive purposes to model: the existing decision-making process; noncompensatory and scoring methods; accommodation of soft data; construction of a multiple-decision support systems; and the validity of methods. The advanced procedures of TOPSIS and ELECTRE are also presented.