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Ozturk, D., & Batuk, F.2011. Technique for order preference by similarity to ideal solution (TOPSIS) for spatial decision problems. Samsum, Turkey: Mayis University, Department of Geomatic Engineering. [Article] 
Added by: Klaus D. Goepel (08 Jun 2019 12:14:45 Asia/Singapore)   
Resource type: Unpublished Work
BibTeX citation key: Ozturk2011
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Categories: Decision Making
Keywords: geographical information system (GIS), multi-criteria decision-making, TOPSIS
Creators: Batuk, Ozturk
Publisher: Mayis University, Department of Geomatic Engineering (Samsum, Turkey)
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Abstract
Many decision tasks in disaster management are concerned with spatial patterns and spatial decision problems often require that a large number of feasible alternatives be evaluated based on multiple criteria. Although Geographical Information Systems (GIS) provide extensive spatial analysis and data visualization power to users, such systems offer a limited capacity for tackling complex spatial decision problems. Multi-criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) methods linked with GIS can be used to make such decisions. This paper focuses on the GIS-based Technique for Order Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS) method which is one of the most popular methods in MCDA. The TOPSIS method was implemented ArcObjects/VBA in ArcGIS environment as ArcGIS-TOPSIS tool and it was tested in a real-world situation for settlement site selection in Atakum-Samsun, Turkey.
  
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