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Multiple Criteria Decision Making Methods for Business-to-Business Electronic Commerce

@inproceedings{Chamodrakas2010MultipleCD,
  title={Multiple Criteria Decision Making Methods for Business-to-Business Electronic Commerce},
  author={Ioannis Chamodrakas},
  year={2010}
}
The objective of this thesis is to develop appropriate methods and tools to deal with decision making problems arising in business-to-business electronic commerce. In this context, we propose MCDM methods for the problem of supplier selection and the problem of customer evaluation for order acceptance aiming to tackle effectively and efficiently issues of complexity and uncertainty which are inherent in the respective decision processes. Regarding supplier selection, we present a novel… 

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