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Emrouznejad, A., & Marra, M. (2017). The state of the art development of AHP (1979–2017): a literature review with a social network analysis. International Journal of Production Research, 55(22), 6653–6675. 
Added by: Klaus D. Goepel (13 Jul 2019 14:12:24 Asia/Singapore)   Last edited by: Klaus D. Goepel (13 Jul 2019 14:15:57 Asia/Singapore)
Resource type: Journal Article
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/00207543.2017.1334976
BibTeX citation key: Emrouznejad2017
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Categories: AHP/ANP
Keywords: AHP, AHP application, consistency, pairwise comparisons, review
Creators: Emrouznejad, Marra
Collection: International Journal of Production Research
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Abstract

Although many papers describe the evolution of the analytic hierarchy process (AHP), most adopt a subjective approach. This paper examines the pattern of development of the AHP research field using social network analysis and scientomet- rics, and identifies its intellectual structure. The objectives are: (i) to trace the pattern of development of AHP research; (ii) to identify the patterns of collaboration among authors; (iii) to identify the most important papers underpinning the development of AHP; and (iv) to discover recent areas of interest. We analyse two types of networks: social networks, that is, co-authorship networks, and cognitive mapping or the network of disciplines affected by AHP. Our analyses are based on 8441 papers published between 1979 and 2017, retrieved from the ISI Web of Science database. To provide a longitudinal perspective on the pattern of evolution of AHP, we analyse these two types of networks during the three periods 19791990, 19912001 and 20022017. We provide some basic statistics on AHP journals and researchers, review the main topics and applications of integrated AHPs and provide direction for future research by highlighting some open questions.


  
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