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Kabir, G., & Hasin, M. A. A. (2011). Comparative analysis of AHP and fuzzy AHP models for multicriteria inventory classification. International Journal of Fuzzy Logic Systems, 1(1), 1–16. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Kabir2011
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Categories: AHP/ANP
Keywords: FAHP, Fuzzy, inventory classification
Creators: Hasin, Kabir
Collection: International Journal of Fuzzy Logic Systems
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Abstract
A systematic approach to the inventory control and classification may have a significant influence on company competitiveness. In practice, all inventories cannot be controlled with equal attention. In order to efficiently control the inventory items and to determine the suitable ordering policies for them, multicriteria inventory classification is used. Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) is one of the best ways for deciding among the complex criteria structure in different levels. Fuzzy Analytical Hierarchy Process
(FAHP) is a synthetic extension of classical AHP method when the fuzziness of the decision makers is considered. In this paper, a comparative analysis of AHP and FAHP for multi-criteria inventory classification model has been presented. To accredit the proposed models, those were implemented for the 351 raw materials of switch gear section of Energypac Engineering Limited (EEL), a large power engineering company of Bangladesh.
  
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