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Grošelj, P., Stirn, L. Z., Ayrilmis, N., & Kuzman, M. K. (2015). Comparison of some aggregation techniques using group analytic hierarchy process. Expert Systems With Applications, 42, 2198–2204. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Groelj2015
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Categories: AHP/ANP
Keywords: aggregation, Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), group decision, group decision making
Creators: Ayrilmis, Grošelj, Kuzman, Stirn
Publisher: Elsevier
Collection: Expert Systems With Applications
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Abstract
Group decision making is an important part of multiple criteria decision making and the analytic hierarchy process (AHP). The aim of this paper was to compare group AHP methods. Seven simple group AHP aggregation techniques that could be attractive for applications selected from the vast array of group AHP models proposed in the literature were selected for evaluation. We developed three new measures of evaluation: group Euclidean distance, group minimum violations, and distance between weights for the purpose of evaluation. The results of seven group AHP methods of the theoretical example were evaluated by three new evaluation measures, satisfactory index and fitting performance index. Furthermore, a case study of a decision making problem from the construction engineering field was performed and nine group AHP aggregation techniques, seven of them formerly presented and two new two stage group approaches were applied. Finally, the case study was evaluated using all five measures for each of the nine group decision making methods. The results showed that not all group AHP methods are equally convenient and that the selection of the method depended on the specific application.
  
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