Bipolar and bivariate models in multicriteria decision analysis: Descriptive and constructive approaches

@article{Grabisch2008BipolarAB,
  title={Bipolar and bivariate models in multicriteria decision analysis: Descriptive and constructive approaches},
  author={Michel Grabisch and Salvatore Greco and Marc Pirlot},
  journal={Int. J. Intell. Syst.},
  year={2008},
  volume={23},
  pages={930-969}
}
Multi-criteria decision analysis studies decision problems in which the alternatives are evaluated on several dimensions or viewpoints. In the problems we consider in this paper, the scales used for assessing the alternatives with respect to a viewpoint are bipolar and univariate or unipolar and bivariate. In the former case, the scale is divided in two zones by a neutral point; a positive feeling is associated to the zone above the neutral point and a negative feeling to the zone below this… CONTINUE READING
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