An algorithm for computing multiple attribute additive value measurement ranges under a hierarchy of the criteria: application to farm or rangeland management decisions

@inproceedings{Yakowitz1998AnAF,
  title={An algorithm for computing multiple attribute additive value measurement ranges under a hierarchy of the criteria: application to farm or rangeland management decisions},
  author={Diana S. Yakowitz and Mark A. Weltz},
  year={1998}
}
A decision tool is described and applied to the problem of evaluating farm or rangeland management systems with respect to both economic and environmental criteria. The method quickly computes the possible range of value from the most optimistic to the most pessimistic (best to worst) for any given hierarchy of the multiple attributes. The method is to be applied after commensurate attribute values have been determined for each alternative without requiring one to specify or determine explicit… CONTINUE READING
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