Multiple Attribute Design Evaluation of Large Engineering Products Using The Evidential Reasoning Approach

@inproceedings{Yang2005MultipleAD,
  title={Multiple Attribute Design Evaluation of Large Engineering Products Using The Evidential Reasoning Approach},
  author={Jian-Bo Yang},
  year={2005}
}
This paper reports the application of an evidential reasoning approach to design selection of retro-fit options for complex engineering products. The particular selection problem investigated in this paper is initially modelled by means of techno-economic analysis and may be viewed as a multiple attribute decision making (MADM) problem with a hierarchical structure of attributes which may be measured for each design option using numerical values or subjective judgements with uncertainty. In… CONTINUE READING
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