Comparing hierarchical and nonhierarchical weighting methods for eliciting multiattribute value models

@inproceedings{Stillwell1987ComparingHA,
  title={Comparing hierarchical and nonhierarchical weighting methods for eliciting multiattribute value models},
  author={William G. Stillwell and Detlof von Winterfeldt and Richard S. John},
  year={1987}
}
A value tree relating general values and concerns to specific value relevant attributes was constructed to compare three energy options: nuclear, coal, and a combined geothermal and conservation package. Thirty-seven nonexpert subjects provided judgments of the relative importance of attributes in the tree using both hierarchical and nonhierarchical weighting procedures, and they rated the energy options on all attributes and all levels of the tree. From these importance weights and ratings… CONTINUE READING

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