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Multiple Criteria Decision Making

Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference: Expand and Enrich the Domains of Thinking and Application

  • G. H. Tzeng
  • H. F. Wang
  • U. P. Wen
  • P. L. Yu

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Theme and Perspective

  3. Theory and Technique

    1. Mordechai I. Henig, John T. Buchanan
      Pages 47-56
    2. George J. Y. Hsu, Gwo-Hshiung Tzeng, Sheng-Hshiung Tsaur
      Pages 57-63
    3. M. Murat Köksalan, Herbert Moskowitz
      Pages 101-107
    4. Subhash C. Narula, Leonid Kirilov, Vassil Vassilev
      Pages 119-127
    5. Alexey B. Petrovsky
      Pages 129-140
  4. Fuzzy Problems in MCDM

  5. Decision Support and Expert Systems

  6. Approximation, Interface and Design

    1. Domingos M. Cardoso, João C. N. Clímaco
      Pages 229-238
    2. Joáo N. Clímaco, Carlos Henggeler Antunes
      Pages 239-253
    3. João P. Costa, João N. Clímaco
      Pages 255-263
    4. Marc Goedhart, Jaap Spronk
      Pages 265-274
    5. Stan Lipovetsky
      Pages 275-282
  7. Negotiation and Games

  8. Applications

    1. Valerie Belton, Mark D. Elder
      Pages 341-349
    2. Suna Kondakci Köksalan, Meral Azizoğlu, Murat Köksalan
      Pages 361-368
    3. Yoshio Tabata, Eiji Takeda
      Pages 389-398

About these proceedings

Introduction

It was a great honor and privilege to organize the Tenth International Conference on Multiple Criteria Decision Making at Taipei, Taiwan, July 19-24, 1992. Accompanying this unique honor and privilege there was a series of complex, challenging problems. Each of them involved multiple criteria, fuzziness, uncertainty, unknown yet dynamic changes. The problem sometimes cost us sleep because we wanted to do the very best job, but in reality it seemed to be impossible. The following are the main goals of the organization committee: (i) inviting all prominent and distinguished MCDM scholars around the world to participate in the conference and to present their up-to-date research results, (ii) providing financial aid and hospitality so that each invited speaker can have free room and board at a five star hotel, (iii) creating an environment so that all participants can freely exchange their ideas, and build friendships around the world. Due to the enthusiastic participation of the prominent scholars, the generous support of the Taiwan government, universities, the Industrial leaders and nonprofit foundations, and the active problem solving attitude and doing of the organizational committee and the Habitual Domain (HD) club, the conference was a great success.

Keywords

Regression analysis data analysis linear regression performance strategy

Editors and affiliations

  • G. H. Tzeng
    • 1
  • H. F. Wang
    • 2
  • U. P. Wen
    • 2
  • P. L. Yu
    • 3
  1. 1.Energy Research Group and Institute of Traffic and TransportationNational Chiao Tung UniversityTaipaiTaiwan Republic of China
  2. 2.Department of Industrial EngineeringNational Tsing Hua UniversityHsinchuTaiwan Republic of China
  3. 3.School of BusinessUniversity of KansasLawrenceUSA

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