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Trends in Multicriteria Decision Making Theodor Stewart

Trends in Multicriteria Decision Making By Theodor Stewart

Trends in Multicriteria Decision Making by Theodor Stewart


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A collection of papers aiming to give an overview of the state-of-the-art in multiple criteria decision-making (MCDM), in both theory and practice. Topical sections range from preference modelling to applications of MCDM thinking, particularly in environmental management and philosophical issues.

Trends in Multicriteria Decision Making Summary

Trends in Multicriteria Decision Making: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Multiple Criteria Decision Making, Cape Town, South Africa, January 1997 by Theodor Stewart

This volume contains a collection of papers presented at the 13th Interna- tional Conference on MUltiple Criteria Decision Making held in Cape Town during 6--10 January 1997. This was one of the regular conferences of the International Society on Multiple Criteria Decision Making, which are held at approximately two-yearly intervals. The 13th conference was attended by 143 delegates from 35 countries, and 123 papers were presented. Some of the papers which were presented are included in another volume published by Springer, namely the "festschrift" for Professor Stanley Zionts of Buffalo, New York, entitled Essays in Decision rnaJcing: A Volume in Honour of Stan- ley Zionts (edited by Mark H Karwan, Jaap Spronk and Jyrki Wallenius). The present volume provides a record of the technical part of the pro- ceedings of the conference. In reflecting back on January 1997, however, memories return of the social occasions, and the camaraderie which devel- oped amongst the MCDM community. Early January, at the height of the southern summer, is carnival time in Cape Town, and the mood is infectious, and was enhanced amongst those from the northern hemisphere (the major- ity of delegates) who overnight went from winter'chills (as low as -30 C) to over 30 C.

Table of Contents

Plenary Addresses: H. Moskowitz, P.-L. Yu: Habitual Domains: Stealth Software for Effective Decision Making.- S. Zionts: Bringing MCDM to the Forefront of Management Practice.- Preference Modeling: M. Ehrgott: Discrete Decision Problems, Multiple Criteria Optimization Classes and Lexicographic Max-Ordering.- A. Tsoukias: Exploitation of a Rough Approximation of the Outranking Relation in Multicriteria Choice and Ranking.- J. Gonzalez-Pachon, I. Rodriguez-Galiano: An Algorithm for Solving Intrasitivities without Repeating Trials.- A. Perekhod: The Approach to Multicriteria Decision Making Based on Pattern Recognition Algorithms.- V. Podinovski, V. Podinovski: Decision Analysis under Partial Information.- Methodologies of MCDS: L. Haines: Interval Judgements in the Analytic Hierarchy Process: A Statistical Perspective.- A. Stam, A. Duarte Silva: The Stability of AHP Rankings in the Presence of Stochastic Paired Comparisons.- A. Wierzbicki: Convergence of Interactive Procedures of Multiobjective Optimization and Decision Support.- M. Arenas, A. Bilbao, M. Victoria Rodriguez, M. Jimenez: Fuzzy Parameters Multiobjective Linear Programming Problem: Solution Analysis.- M. Gonzalez, L. Rey: The Static Approach to Quadratic Dynamic Goal Programming.- S. Makkonen, R. Lahdelma: Stochastic Simulation in Risk Analysis of Energy Trade.- Negotiation and Group Decision Support: N. Karacapilidid, D. Papadias, C. Pappis: Modeling Negotiations in Group Decision Support Systems.- M. Tajima, N. Fraser: Modelling Multi-Issue Negotiation.- G. Lockett, P. Naude, G. Islei: Influence in Group Decision Making.- F. Turnovec: Monotonicity of Power Indices.- F. Lootsma, R. Ramanathan, H. Schuijt: Fairness and Equity via Concepts of Multi-Criteria Decision Analyis.- Systems Thinkingand Philosophical Issues: C. Brugha: Structuring and Weighting Criteria in Multi Criteria Decision Making (MCDM).- D. Petkov, O. Mihova-Petkova: The Analytic Hierarchy Process and Systems Thinking.- D. Edgar-Nevill, M. Jackson: The Analytic Hierarchy Process and Systems Thinking: A Response to Petkov & Mihova-Petkova.- T. Ryan: Interpretative Structural Modelling: Decision Making and the Method of Science.- P. Agrell: A New Conflict-Based Redundancy Measure.- MCDA in Environmental and Natural Resource Management: B. Halvorsen, J. Strand, K. Saelensminde, F. Wenstop: Comparing Contingent Valuation, Conjoint Analysis and Decision Panels: An Application to the Valuation of Reduced Damages from Air Pollution in Norway.- M. van Herwijnen, R. Janssen: The Use of MCDM to Evaluate Trade-offs Between Spatial Objectives.- A. Lotov, O. Chernykh, V. Bushenkov, H. Wallenius, J. Wallenius: Interactive Decision Maps, with an Example Illustrating Ocean Waste Management Decisions.- P. Agrell, A. Stam, B. Lence: Second-Generation Interactive Multi-Criteria Decision Making in Reservoir Management.- V. Rios, L. Diaz-Balteiro, C. Romero: Carbon Sequestration and Timber Production: A Bi-Criteria Optimisation Problem.- General Applications of MCDA: V. Belton, M. Elder: Integrated MCDA: A Simulation Case Study.- H. Phong, M. Tabucanon: Viewing a Plant Layout Problem as a Multiobjective Case to Enhance Manufacturing Flexibility.- P. Naude: Judgmental Modelling as a Benchmarking Tool: A Case Study in the Chemical Industry.- E. Beinat: Spatial Conflicts in Transport Policies: Structuring the Analysis for Large Infrastructure Projects.- S. Chu: Congestion Modeling and Multi-Criteria Smoothing Heuristics.- C. Bana e Costa, L. Ensslin, I. Zanella: A Real-World MCDA Application in Cellular Telephony System

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Trends in Multicriteria Decision Making: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Multiple Criteria Decision Making, Cape Town, South Africa, January 1997 by Theodor Stewart
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