Ranking Projects Using the ELECTRE Method

  title={Ranking Projects Using the ELECTRE Method},
  author={John Buchanan},
Ranking and selecting projects is a relatively common, yet often difficult task. It is complicated because there is usually more than one dimension for measuring the impact of each project and more than o e decision maker. This paper considers a real application of project selection for ECNZ, Northern Generation, using an approach called ELECTRE. The ELECTRE method has several unique features not found in other solution methods; these are the concepts of outranking and indiference and… CONTINUE READING
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