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In this paper, a new multi-criteria decision-making procedure is presented, which captures preferential information in the form of the threshold model. It is based on the ELECTRE-like sorting analysis restricted by the localization principle, which enables high adaptability of the decision model and reduces the cognitive load imposed on the decision-makers.(More)
The procedure for the iterative unification of decision-makers' opinions is proposed. Since the adaptability of a quantitative model and comparability of individual group members' results are required, it is based on the alternative sorting analysis restricted by the localization principle. It is capable of the automatic adjustment of preferential(More)
Robustness analysis and visualization are two of key concepts of multi-criteria decision support. They enable the decision-maker to improve his understanding of both the model and the problem domain. A class of original mathematical optimization based robustness metrics is hence defined in this paper. In addition, several efficient existing techniques that(More)
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