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Knowledge mobilization is a transition from the prevailing knowledge management to a new methodology through some innovative methods for knowledge representation, formation, and development and for knowledge retrieval and distribution. The context is industrial processes and finding solutions to complex problems that arise and for which at least partial(More)
Pairwise comparisons are a well-known method for the representation of the subjective preferences of a decision maker. Evaluating their inconsistency has been a widely studied and discussed topic and several indices have been proposed in the literature to perform this task. Since an acceptable level of consistency is closely related with the reliability of(More)
BACKGROUND The potential predictive role of programmed death-ligand-1 (PD-L1) expression on tumor cells in the context of solid tumor treated with checkpoint inhibitors targeting the PD-1 pathway represents an issue for clinical research. METHODS Overall response rate (ORR) was extracted from phase I-III trials investigating nivolumab, pembrolizumab and(More)
Adjacency relations for social network analysis have usually been tackled in their bidimensional form, in the sense that relations are computed over pairs of objects. Nevertheless, this paper considers the bidimensional case as restrictive and it proposes an approach where the dimension of the analysis is not limited to binary relations. With the aid of(More)
A note on the proportionality between some consistency indices in the AHP Abstract Analyzing the consistency of preferences is an important step in decision making with pairwise comparison matrices, and several indices have been proposed in order to estimate it. In this paper we prove the proportionality between some consistency indices in the framework of(More)