Decision analysis by interval SMART/SWING. Jyri Mustajoki Raimo P. Hämäläinen Systems Analysis Laboratory Helsinki University of Technology www.sal.hut.fi. Multiattribute Value Tree Analysis. Value tree: Value of an alternative x (additive): w i is the weight of attribute i
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Raimo P. Hämäläinen
Systems Analysis Laboratory
Helsinki University of Technology
wi is the weight of attribute i
vi(xi) is the component value of an alternative x in respect of an attribute i
Questions of interest - new alternative ways:
Feasible region S
Technically no difference to SMART and SWING
1. A chosen as reference attribute (100 points)
Other attributes (B, C) given 50-200 points
2. B chosen as reference attribute (100 points)
A given 50-200 points, C given 100 points
Feasible region depends on the choice of the reference attribute
Eliminated from subsequent analyses
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