Electre

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E`lec´tre


n.1.Amber. See Electrum.
2.A metallic substance compounded of gold and silver; an alloy.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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For instance, the study of Lupo (2015) evaluated the service quality of airports through one of the most traditional methods, the Electre (Elimination et Choix Traduisant la Realite) method.
(2014), o presente trabalho investiga a aplicacao do Metodo ELECTRE TRI e compara com os resultados la apresentados, considerando o pre-processamento estatistico dos julgamentos propostos por Gomes et al.
In this section, The binary relations between two bipolar neutrosophic sets that are based on ELECTRE are now defined.
In previous studies, various methods have been implemented for environmental impact assessment projects such as rapid impact assessment, life cycle assessment, uncertainty methods, Degradation Model, Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) and ELECTRE.
There are many MCDA techniques (eg.: AHP, COPRAS, ELECTRE, MACBETH, MULTIMOORA, PROMETHEE, REMBRANT, SMART, TOPSIS, VIKOR (Macharis et al.
When comparing with other relevant methods (AHP, ELECTRE), [22] outline the following advantages of the TOPSIS method: the logic representing the rationality of human choice, the general value taking into account the best and worst values of the criteria, simple calculation which can be easily programmed or the result of alternatives can be illustrated by polyhedron (min.
[37 ] compared PROMETHEE to other four multicriteria decision aiding/making methods (i.e., ELECTRE, AHP, WSM, and TOPSIS) in rehabilitation planning of urban water networks.
MCDM methods widely used in solution of this problem are Analytic Network Process (ANP), Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), Elimination and Choice Translating Reality (ELECTRE), and Technique for Order Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS) [6].
The data used to address these questions is a subset of the French publishers' database Electre, consisting of translations from German into French in the social sciences and humanities between 2003 and 2013.