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Zadnik-Stirn, L., & Grošelj, P. (2010). Multiple critera methods with focus on analytic hierarchy process and group decision making. Croatian Operational Research Review, 1, 2–11. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: ZadnikStirn2010
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Categories: AHP/ANP
Keywords: aggregation, aggregation of individual judgments (AIJ), aggregation of individual priorities (AIP), Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), consistency, data envelopment analysis (DEA), eigenvector method (EVM), group decision making, logarithmic least squares method (LLSM), weighted product model (WPM), weighted sum model (WSM)
Creators: Grošelj, Zadnik-Stirn
Collection: Croatian Operational Research Review
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Abstract
Managing natural resources is a group multiple criteria decision making problem. In this paper the analytic hierarchy process is the chosen method for handling the natural resource problems. The one decision maker problem is discussed and, three methods: the eigenvector method, data envelopment analysis method, and logarithmic least squares method are presented for the derivation of the priority vector. Further, the group analytic hierarchy process is discussed and six methods for the aggregation of individual judgments or priorities: weighted arithmetic mean method, weighted geometric mean method, and four methods based on data envelopment analysis are compared. The case study on land use in Slovenia is applied. The conclusions review consistency, sensitivity analyses, and some future directions of research.
  
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