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Tsyganok, V. V., Kadenko, S. V., & Andriichuk, O. V. (2016). Usage of scales with different number of grades for pair comparisons in decision support systems. International Journal of the Analytic Hierarchy Process, 8(1). 
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Resource type: Journal Article
DOI: 10.13033/ijahp.v8i1.259
BibTeX citation key: Tsyganok2016
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Categories: AHP/ANP
Keywords: Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), decision support systems, expert judgments, group decision making, pairwise comparisons, scale, scale functions
Creators: Andriichuk, Kadenko, Tsyganok
Collection: International Journal of the Analytic Hierarchy Process
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Abstract
In this paper we suggest an original approach to conducting individual pair comparisons during individual and group multi-criteria decision-making (including AHP/ANP-based decisions). With this approach every expert is given an opportunity to use the scale, in the degree of detail (number of points/grades) that most adequately reflects his/her competence in the issue under consideration for every single pair comparison. Before aggregation all separate expert estimates (judgments) are brought to a unified scale, and scales in which these judgments were built are assigned respective weights. A respective instrument for pair comparison conduction has been developed, and an experiment has been organized. The experiment statistically proves that as a result of suggested technology usage, there is an increase in the degree of correspondence between estimates, input by an expert, and his (her) own notions on examination objects.
  
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