A Method to Ensure Preference Consistency in Multi-Attribute Selection Decisions

@inproceedings{Kulok2007AMT,
  title={A Method to Ensure Preference Consistency in Multi-Attribute Selection Decisions},
  author={Michael Kulok and Kemper Lewis},
  year={2007}
}
A number of approaches for multi-attribute selection decisions exist, each with certain advantages and disadvantages. One method that has recently been developed, called the hypothetical equivalents and inequivalents method (HEIM) supports a decision maker (DM) by implicitly determining the importances a DM places on attributes using a series of simple preference statements. In this and other multi-attribute selection methods, establishing consistent preferences is critical in order for a DM to… CONTINUE READING