Sensitivity Analysis of Multicriteria Choice to Changes in Intervals of Value Tradeoffs

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An approach to sensitivity (stability) analysis of nondominated alternatives to changes in the bounds of intervals of value tradeoffs, where the alternatives are selected based on interval data of criteria tradeoffs is proposed. Methods of computations for the analysis of sensitivity of individual nondominated alternatives and the set of such alternatives as a whole are developed.

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multicriteria decision making problems intervals of value tradeoff uncertainty importance of heterogeneous criteria preference relation nondominated alternatives sensitivity analysis 

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  1. 1.National Research University Higher School of EconomicsMoscowRussia

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