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Cavallo, B., Ishizaka, A., Olivieri, M. G., & Squillante, M. (2018). Comparing inconsistency of pairwise comparison matrices depending on entries. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 70(5), 842–850. 
Added by: Klaus D. Goepel (10 Jun 2019 01:28:52 Asia/Singapore)   
Resource type: Journal Article
DOI: 10.1080/01605682.2018.1464427
BibTeX citation key: Cavallo2018
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Categories: AHP/ANP, Decision Making
Keywords: alo-group, consistency, pairwise comparison matrix
Creators: Cavallo, Ishizaka, Olivieri, Squillante
Collection: Journal of the Operational Research Society
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Abstract
Pairwise comparisons have been a long standing technique for com-
paring alternatives/criteria and their role has been pivotal in the development
of modern decision making methods. Since several types of pairwise compar-
ison matrices (e.g. multiplicative, additive, fuzzy) are proposed in literature,
in this paper, we investigate, for which type of matrix, decision makers are
more coherent when they express their subjective preferences. By performing
an experiment, we found that the additive approach provides the worst level
of coherence.
  
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