2 edition of interactive group decision aid for multiobjective problems found in the catalog.
interactive group decision aid for multiobjective problems
|Statement||by Peri Iz and Tawfik Jelassi.|
|Series||Working papers / INSEAD -- no.90/60/TM|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||18|
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generate decision options for optimal allocation of resources between competing projects. The proposed decision framework is based on three multiobjective analysis concepts: the Surrogate Worth Tradeoff method for continuous decision problems and the Multiattribute Utility and Minimum Tolerance methods for discrete decision problems. An interactive method as an aid in solving multi-objective mathematical programming problems European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 2, No. 5 Toward a conceptual framework of the process of organized innovation technological within the firmCited by:
Intended for courses in multiobjective decision analysis or as a supplement to a first course in decision analysis, this text emphasizes practical applications and problem solving. Students learn how to use spreadsheets and other analytical tools in considering such important tradeoffs as cost versus quality and market share versus short-term /5(9). Presents recent advances in both models and systems for intelligent decision making.. Organisations often face complex decisions requiring the assessment of large amounts of data. In recent years Multicriteria Decision Aid (MCDA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques have been applied with considerable success to support decision making in a wide range of complex real-world problems.
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This study reports the results of a laboratory experiment involving the use of an interactive multiobjective group decision aid. The effect of two independent variables on a set of performance measures is investigated.
The first independent variable is the presence or absence of a formal preference aggregation procedure in a group decision aid.
Multiobjective methods for group decision situations that are proposed in the literature do not generally model power and influence. On the other hand, papers dealing with influence and power in group decision support system (GDSS) are looking for the effects of GDSS on the distribution of power among the group members.
This paper proposes an interactive method for group decision aid in Cited by: 6. Interactive Multiobjective Decision Making Under Uncertainty - CRC Press Book Recently, many books on multiobjective programming have been published.
However, only a few books have been published, in which multiobjective programming under the randomness and the fuzziness are investigated. We give an overview of interactive methods developed for solving nonlinear multiobjective optimization problems.
In interactive methods, a decision maker plays an important part and the idea is to. We propose an interactive approach to support a decision maker to find a most preferred robust solution to multiobjective optimization problems with decision uncertainty.
A new robustness measure that is understandable for the decision maker is incorporated as an additional objective in the problem formulation. The proposed interactive approach utilizes elements of the synchronous Cited by: 1.
Multiobjective linear programming problems with fuzzy parameters are also formulated and interactive decision making methods, both without and with the fuzzy goals of the DM, for deriving a. Theoretical Results and Practical Applications.
Author: Vincent Barichard,Xavier Gandibleux,Vincent T'Kindt. Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media ISBN: Category: Business & Economics Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This book gives the reader an insight into the state of the art in the field of multiobjective (linear, nonlinear and combinatorial) programming, goal.
Perhaps at times, multiobjective DA can assist with this, but most of the time, leaders don't want to waste time sitting down with decision analysts to describe their subjective preferences.
Many of the examples were obsolete and not applicable to the average by: In this paper, we present an interactive fuzzy decisionmaking method for the solution of multiobjective linear programming problems. By considering the imprecise nature of decision maker’s (DM) judgements, we assume that he has fuzzy or imprecise goals for each of the objective by: Various interactive multiobjective models would be used to solve DEA problems with the aid of PROMOIN, an interactive multiobjective programming software tool.
The DM can then search along the efficient frontier to locate the most preferred solution where resource allocation and target levels based on the DM's value judgements can be by: This book introduces students on Multiple Criteria Decision Aiding and Making courses to practical, real-world cases.
Each case study introduces a problem or situation together with a method, and a description and explanation of a computer application. He is the co-editor of the book, "Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis: State of the Art Surveys, Springer Science + Business Media, Inc, He is the currently serves as Editor of the Newsletter of the European Working Group on Multiple Criteria Decision Aiding and one of the coordinators of this group.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTERS COMMUNICATIONS & CONTROL (IJCCC), With Emphasis on the Integration of Three Technologies (C & C & C), ISSN IJCCC was founded inat Agora University, by Ioan DZITAC (Editor-in-Chief), Florin Gheorghe FILIP (Editor-in-Chief), and Misu-Jan MANOLESCU (Managing Editor).
In the sciences of operations research and decision theory, the study of multicriteria decision-aid has seen considerable development in the last ten years.
The author provides a concise and rigorous presentation of the concepts and procedures of this method. Includes discussions of outranking methods, interactive methods, multiple attribute utility theory, and the theories of social choice.
These contribute to a behavioral theory of decision making and provide guidance for exercising judgment. An introductory discussion of the systemic approach to judgment and decision is followed by explorations of psychological value measurements, utility, classical decision analysis, and vector optimization by: "An interactive group decision aid for multiobjective problems: An empirical assessment," Omega, Elsevier, vol.
18(6), pages Full references (including those not matched with items on IDEAS) More about this item. Multicriteria and Multiobjective Models for Risk, Reliability and Maintenance Decision Analysis. by Adiel Teixeira de Almeida,Marcelo Hazin Alencar,Adiel Teixeira de Almeida-Filho,Thalles Vitelli Garcez,Cristiano Alexandre Virgínio Cavalcante,Rodrigo José Pires Ferreira.
International Series in Operations Research & Management Science (Book )Brand: Springer International Publishing. Multiobjective optimization deals with solving problems having not only one, but multiple, often conflicting, criteria.
Such problems can arise in practically every field of science, engineering and business, and the need for efficient and reliable solution methods is increasing. A Method for Solving Multiple Objective Linear Programming Problems.- Interactive Method NIMBUS for Nondifferentiable Multiobjective Optimization Problems.- The LBS-Discrete Interactive Procedure for Multiple-Criteria Analysis of Decision Problems.- VII Group Decision and Negotiation.- Support for Group Decisions and Negotiations - An Overview This paper develops a method for interactive multiple objective linear programming assuming an unknown pseudo concave utility function satisfying certain general properties.
The method is an extension of our earlier method published in this journal (Zionts, S., Wallenius, J. Cited by:. GROUP DECISION MAKING Student organization members and leaders make decisions in the group all the time.
The decision making process can be stressful because people view it differently, but decisions are an important part of the group life. For example, some people see it as a form of power struggle, some people cannot.Multiple-criteria decision-making (MCDM) or multiple-criteria decision analysis (MCDA) is a sub-discipline of operations research that explicitly evaluates multiple conflicting criteria in decision making (both in daily life and in settings such as business, government and medicine).
Conflicting criteria are typical in evaluating options: cost or price is usually one of the main criteria, and.Interactive optimization methods are particularly suited for letting human decision makers learn about a problem, while a computer learns about their preferences to generate relevant solutions.
For interactive optimization methods to be adopted in practice, computational frameworks are required, which can handle and visualize many objectives simultaneously, provide optimal solutions quickly Cited by: 1.