Comparing Multi-criteria Decision-making Programs
The explosive popularity and accessibility of microcomputers has led to a plethora of decision-aiding software. The majority of such software involves translating traditional management science and operations research techniques into user-friendly micro programs. Several reviews and evaluations of this growing body of software have appeared (see, for example, Sharda, 1984).
KeywordsConfidence Factor Expert Choice Utility Curve Linear Piece Decision Analyst
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