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Published Jun 14, 2011
Tatiana Kravchenko Natalia Seredenko

Abstract

The Modeling of problem situations is a very important issue in decision-making theory. Actually, there are no decision support systems which include decision making methods under risk and uncertainty. The main advantage of a proposed approach is the ability to process dependences and feedbacks which may exist between conditions, sub-conditions and their realizations.


http://dx.doi.org/10.13033/ijahp.v3i1.81

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Keywords

modeling of economic decision-making problem situations, analytic hierarchy process (AHP), analytic network process (ANP), relevant significance estimates of problem situations

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