Multiple Criteria Decision Making Kyoto 1975

This collection of articles aspires to be a permanent record of ideas which are likely to become important determinants in the future of management sciences. These papers were initially presented at the first session on Multiple Criteria Decision Making QMCDM) organized under the auspices of The Ins...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Zeleny, M. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 1976, 1976
Edition:1st ed. 1976
Series:Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a 1. Guided Soul-Searching for Multi-Criterion Decisions -- 2. Interpersonal Comparison of Utilities -- 3. Group Decision Analysis -- 4. Externalizing the Parameters of Quasirational thought -- 5. Multivariate Selection of Students in a Racist Society: A Systematically Unfair Approach -- 6. A Multi-Objective Model for Planning Equal Employment Opportunities -- 7. Experiences in multiobjective management processes -- 8. The theory of the Displaced Ideal -- 9. The Surrogate Worth Trade-Off Method with Multiple Decision-Makers -- 10. An Interactive Multiple Objective Decision-Making Aid Using Nonlinear Goal Programming -- 11. Applications of Multiple Objectives to Water Resources Problems -- 12. On the Approximation of Solutions to Multiple Criteria Decision Making Problems -- 13. Why Multicriteria Decision Aid May Not Fit in with the Assessment of a Unique Criterion -- 14. Multiattribute Preference Functions of University Administrators -- 15. MCDM Bibliography 1975 -- 16. Multicriteria Simplex Method: A Fortran Routine 
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520 |a This collection of articles aspires to be a permanent record of ideas which are likely to become important determinants in the future of management sciences. These papers were initially presented at the first session on Multiple Criteria Decision Making QMCDM) organized under the auspices of The Institute of Management Sciences (TIMS). All works were prepared by leading spokesmen for three generations of OR/MS change agents. Special mention must be made of the dynamic role which Professor Martin K. Starr played in organizing the program of the TIMS XXII International Meeting. In May, 1973, Professor Starr, who was President of TIMS and Program Chairman of the Kyoto conference, requested me to chair the MCDM session. Throughout the long period of formative inter­ change, Dr. Starr demonstrated his full and continuing support of both the event and the MCDM field. On July 25, 1975, surrounded by the rocky gardens of the Kyoto International Conference Hall (KICH), located on the shore of Takaraga­ Ike, we engaged in a day-long discussion of MCDM. Our "talk together in Kyoto" was a professional experience of the highest intensity for participants, speakers and audience alike