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Brans, J.-P. (2016). PROMETHEE methods (chapter 5). In S. Greco, M. Ehrgott & J. R. Figueira (Eds), Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis (pp. 163–195).Springer. 
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Resource type: Book Chapter Number
DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4939-3094-4
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 978-1-4939-3093-7
BibTeX citation key: Brans2016
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Categories: Decision Making
Keywords: decision analysis, decision support systems, GAIA, PROMETHEE
Creators: Brans, Ehrgott, Figueira, Greco
Publisher: Springer
Collection: Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis
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Abstract
This paper gives an overview of the PROMETHEE-GAIA methodology for
MCDA. It starts with general comments on multicriteria problems, stressing that
a multicriteria problem cannot be treated without additional information related
to the preferences and the priorities of the decision-makers. The information requested
by PROMETHEE and GAIA is particularly clear and easy to define for
both decision-makers and analysts. It consists in a preference function associated
to each criterion as well as weights describing their relative importance. The
PROMETHEE I, the PROMETHEE II complete ranking, as well as the GAIA
visual interactive module are then described and commented. The two next sections
are devoted to the PROMETHEE VI sensitivity analysis procedure (human
brain) and to the PROMETHEE V procedure for multiple selection of alternatives
under constraints. An overview of the PROMETHEE GDSS procedure for group
decision making is then given. Finally the DECISION LAB software implementation
of the PROMETHEE-GAIA methodology is described using a numerical
example.
  
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