Diminishing Utility Decision Model for Weighting Criteria
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KeywordsMultiple criteria analysis; analytic hierarchy process (AHP); diminishing utility decision model (DUDM); diminishing marginal utility; analytic network process (ANP); interaction weights; convergence;
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