Modifying inconsistent comparison matrix in analytic hierarchy process: A heuristic approach

@article{Cao2008ModifyingIC,
  title={Modifying inconsistent comparison matrix in analytic hierarchy process: A heuristic approach},
  author={Dong Cao and Lawrence C. Leung and J. S. Law},
  journal={Decision Support Systems},
  year={2008},
  volume={44},
  pages={944-953}
}
Test of consistency is a critical step in the AHP methodology. When a pairwise comparison matrix fails to satisfy the consistency requirement, a decision maker needs to make revisions. To aid the decision maker's revising process, several approaches identify changes to the consistency requirement with respect to changes to a single entry in the original inconsistent matrix [P.T. Harker, Derivatives of the Perron root of a positive reciprocal matrix: with application to the analytic hierarchy… CONTINUE READING

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