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Evaluation and Decision Models with Multiple Criteria: Stepping Stones for the Analyst
This work presents a meta-modelling architecture suitable for multi-Dimensional preference models and shows clear trends in preference-based decision-making that have been identified in recent years. Expand
Evaluation and Decision Models: A Critical Perspective
This chapter discusses the process of building and aggregating evaluations for decision-making on the basis of several opinions and the challenges of dealing with uncertainty. Expand
Building Criteria: A Prerequisite for MCDA
The aim of this paper is to emphasize the importance of this phase of decision-aid by a number of frequently encountered difficulties and some techniques to overcome them. Expand
Utility Maximization, Choice and Preference
The utility maximization paradigm forms the basis of many economic, psychological, cognitive and behavioral models. Since it was first devised in the eighteenth century, numerous examples haveExpand
Ranking methods based on valued preference relations: A characterization of the net flow method
Abstract This paper deals with the problem of ranking several alternatives on the basis of a valued preference relation. A system of three independent axioms is shown to characterize a ranking methodExpand
Some remarks on the notion of compensation in MCDM
General definitions of compensation and noncompensation in MCDM within the framework of Multiattributable Preference Structure are presented and it is shown that they contain most currently used aggregation procedures as particular cases. Expand
Using DEA as a tool for MCDM: some remarks
  • D. Bouyssou
  • Computer Science
  • J. Oper. Res. Soc.
  • 8 September 1999
Proposals to use Data Envelopment Analysis as a tool for Multiple Criteria Decision Making violate simple normative properties that are commonly accepted, according to a simple model. Expand
An axiomatic approach to noncompensatory sorting methods in MCDM, I: The case of two categories
An axiomatic analysis of the partitions of alternatives into two categories that can be obtained using what are called “noncompensatory sorting models”, which have strong links with the pessimistic version of ELECTRE TRI. Expand
An axiomatic approach to noncompensatory sorting methods in MCDM, II: More than two categories
This analysis uses a general conjoint measurement framework, encompassing most sorting models used in MDCM, that was proposed in the literature, and provides an axiomatic analysis of what are called noncompensatory sorting models, with or without veto effects. Expand