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Ssebuggwawo, D., Hoppenbrouwers, S., & Proper, H. A. 2010, Group decision making in collaborative modeling: Aggregating individual preferences with AHP. Paper presented at Digital Proceedings of the 4th SIKS conference in Enterprise Information Systems (EIS 2009). 
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Resource type: Proceedings Article
BibTeX citation key: Ssebuggwawo2010
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Categories: AHP/ANP
Keywords: aggregation of individual judgments (AIJ), aggregation of individual priorities (AIP), Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), group aggregation, group decision making
Creators: Hoppenbrouwers, Proper, Ssebuggwawo
Collection: Digital Proceedings of the 4th SIKS conference in Enterprise Information Systems (EIS 2009)
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Abstract
The need for negotiation and decision making among col-
laborative modelers stems from their desire to reconcile their di erent
positions, priorities and preferences. This requires them to engage in an
argumentative negotiation process so as to achieve consensus. A number
of methods can be used to aggregate their judgements and priorities thus
helping them to reach consensus. In this paper we show how the Analytic
Hierarchy Process (AHP) can be used to help modelers reach consensus
about the quality of the di erent modeling aspects in a collaborative
modeling process. Insights derived from this approach could be used to
aid modelers reach consensus about the quality of the di erent aspects in
a collaborative modeling session through a decision making negotiation
process.
  
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