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Group decision making methods such as Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) have been developed extensively, but their organizational use for group decision making has been difficult. According to Arrow's Impossibility Theorem, one possible reason is that a group decision outcome could never satisfy every decision maker's individual preference. This paper(More)
—Assessment of student learning is an important task in a teaching and learning process. It has a strong influence on students' approaches to learning and their outcomes. Recent development in tertiary education has shifted its emphasis from teacher-centered learning to student-centered learning. In a student-centered learning environment,(More)
E-commerce Web site assessment helps determine whether a corporation's Web site is effectively designed to meet its business needs and whether the investment in Web sites is well justified. Due to the complexity of commercial Web sites that may include hundreds of Web pages for many big corporations, there may inevitably exist uncertainties when human(More)
This paper investigates the multiple attribute decision making (MADM) problems with preference information on alternatives. An integrated approach is proposed to solve the MADM problems, where decision makers' subjective preference information on alternatives are given in different formats, uniformed and aggregated. The resulting social subjective(More)
One of the most important decisions made in academic institutions, research organizations, and government agencies is the grading or ranking of journals for their academic values. Current methods for evaluating journals use either a subjective (e.g., experts’ judgments on journals) or objective approach (e.g., impact factors of journals), or an informal mix(More)