Mathematical Principles of Decision Making (Principia Mathematica Decernendi)

Mathematical Principles of Decision Making (Principia Mathematica Decernendi)

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In this book Thomas Saaty summarizes his Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) theory for measuring intangible factors through paired comparisons using judgments from which priorities are derived that give the relative dominance of these factors. The important concepts of the AHP and its generalization to structures with dependence and feedback, the Analytic Network Process (ANP), are presented in an elegant compact way and new extensions of the theory to complex decisions involving benefits, opportunities, costs and risks are presented. Applications to resource allocation and conflict resolution are included. The generalization to continuous comparisons is covered. The Encyclicon, three volumes are now available, is an encyclopedia of applications that is a useful accompaniment to the Principles of Mathematical Decision Making, containing of examples of practical decisions.A Complete BOCR Example: The Ford Explorer Case Introduction / Background The analysis in this section is based on a ... In May 2001, the Ford Motor Company also announced a new recall of 13 million tires from the Ford Explorer modelsanbsp;...

Title:Mathematical Principles of Decision Making (Principia Mathematica Decernendi)
Author:Thomas L. Saaty
Publisher:RWS Publications -


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