Budapest Bridges Benchmarking
This paper is concerned with the comparison of different scaling methods which are applied to a complex bridge evaluation problem. It is shown that both tangible and intangible data and satisfaction of multiple criteria are essential to the success of such projects. Some new inconsistency measures for the matrices emerging in the decision making process are also used. A detailed numerical analysis of the results is presented.
|This chapter was published in: György Kadocsa (ed.) , , pages 235-246, 2011.|
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