IDRA (Intercriteria Decision Rule Approach), a new MCDA (Multiple Criteria Decision Aid) method which adopts the PCCA (Pairwise Criterion Comparison Approach) methodology, is presented. It is based on two principal hypotheses about the intercriteria information furnished by the decision maker: the mixed utility function, i.e. it is assumed that in the decision process both tradeoff and importance intercriteria information are considered; and bounded consistency, i.e. no constraint is imposed on the consistency of the intercriteria information. © 1997 Elsevier Science B.V.

A new PCCA method: IDRA

Greco, Salvatore
1997

Abstract

IDRA (Intercriteria Decision Rule Approach), a new MCDA (Multiple Criteria Decision Aid) method which adopts the PCCA (Pairwise Criterion Comparison Approach) methodology, is presented. It is based on two principal hypotheses about the intercriteria information furnished by the decision maker: the mixed utility function, i.e. it is assumed that in the decision process both tradeoff and importance intercriteria information are considered; and bounded consistency, i.e. no constraint is imposed on the consistency of the intercriteria information. © 1997 Elsevier Science B.V.
Importance weights; Intercriteria information; Multi-criteria analysis; Pairwise Criterion Comparison Approach; Tradeoff weights; Modeling and Simulation; Management Science and Operations Research; Information Systems and Management
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