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Ishizaka, A., & Labib, A. (2009). Analytic hierarchy process and expert choice: benefits and limitations. OR Insight, 22(4), 201–220. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Ishizaka2009
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Categories: AHP/ANP, Decision Making
Subcategories: Decision making support systems
Keywords: AHP software, Expert Choise, review, software evaluation
Creators: Ishizaka, Labib
Publisher: Springer
Collection: OR Insight
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This article describes the original Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) as it is implemented in the software package Expert Choice. We demonstrate its application through a practical example. In particular, we discuss problem modelling, pairwise comparisons, judgement scales, derivation methods, consistency indices, synthesis of the weights and sensitivity analysis. Finally, the limitations of the original AHP along with the new proposed development are explained.
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