Comparison of weights in TOPSIS models

@article{Olson2004ComparisonOW,
  title={Comparison of weights in TOPSIS models},
  author={David L. Olson},
  journal={Mathematical and Computer Modelling},
  year={2004},
  volume={40},
  pages={721-727}
}
TOPSIS is a multiple criteria method to identify solutions from a finite set of alternatives based upon simultaneous minimization of distance from an ideal point and maximization of distance from a nadir point. TOPSIS can incorporate relative weights of criterion importance. This paper reviews several applications of TOPSIS using different weighting schemes and different distance metrics, and compares results of different sets of weights applied to a previously used set of multiple criteria… CONTINUE READING
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