Adjustment Mechanism of Concurrent Convergence Method Models

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Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 15)

Abstract

The paper describes how the adjustment mechanism of Concurrent Convergence Method (CCM) models work. In doing so, the paper examines the following three models: Weight Concurrent Convergence Method (WCCM), a model for adjusting the instability of weight of criteria; Evaluation Concurrent Convergence Method (ECCM), a model for adjusting the instability of evaluation values; and Total Evaluation Concurrent Convergence method (TCCM), a model for resolving the instability of evaluation values, caused by the instability of weight of criteria, through convergence calculation of total evaluation value. The authors believe that it may be an unprecedented attempt to analyze the three above-mentioned models, or WCCM, ECCM and TCCM, all at the same time, and that their comprehensive analysis of CCM models could contribute significantly to this area of study.

Keywords

Analytical Hierarchy Process Total Evaluation Adjustment Mechanism Weighted Average Method Analytical Hierarchy Process Model 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Meijo UniversityKaniJapan

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