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Applications and Theory of Analytic Hierarchy Process

Decision Making for Strategic Decisions

Edited by Fabio De Felice

University of Cassino and Southern Lazio

Co-editors:

Antonella Petrillo

University of Napoli Parthenope

The purpose of this book is to provide an introduction to the theory and applications in the field of decision making, especially focused on Analytic Hierarchy Process, a structured technique for organizing and analyzing complex decisions, based on mathematics and psychology. It was developed by Prof. Thomas L. Saaty in the 1970s and has been extensively studied and refined since then. The idea of the book is to expand the reader's consciousness to deal with problems regarding the decision making. This book presents some application examples of Analytic Hierarchy. It contains original research and application chapters from different perspectives, and covers different areas such as supply chain, environmental engineering, safety, and social issues. This book is intended to be a useful resource for anyone who deals with decision making problems.

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Applications and Theory of Analytic Hierarchy ProcessDecision Making for Strategic DecisionsEdited by Fabio De Felice

Published: August 31st 2016

DOI: 10.5772/61387

ISBN: 978-953-51-2561-7

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-2560-0

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1. Analytic Hierarchy Process Applied to Supply Chain Management

By Valerio Antonio Pamplona Salomon, Claudemir Leif Tramarico and Fernando Augusto Silva Marins

888

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2. An Analytical Hierarchy Process to Decision Making in Human Blood, Cells, and Tissue Banks

By Paulo Pereira and Sandra Xavier

694

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3. A Case Study on the Application of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) to Assess Agri-Environmental Measures of the Rural Development Programme (RDP 2007–2013) in Slovenia

By Monica Huehner, Črtomir Rozman and Karmen Pažek

865

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4. Application of the AHP Method in Environmental Engineering: Three Case Studies

By Tomasz Stypka, Agnieszka Flaga-Maryańczyk and Jacek Schnotale

729

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5. Analytic Hierarchy Process Application in Different Organisational Settings

By Damjan Maletič, Flevy Lasrado, Matjaž Maletič and Boštjan Gomišček

768

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6. AHP‐Aided Evaluation of Logistic and Transport Solutions in a Seaport

By Cristian Giacomini, Giovanni Longo, Alice Lunardi and Elio Padoano

689

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7. Prioritizing Human Factors in Emergency Conditions Using AHP Model and FMEA

By Fabio De Felice, Antonella Petrillo and Domenico Falcone

772

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8. Disaster Risk Assessment Developing a Perceived Comprehensive Disaster Risk Index: The Cases of Three Chilean Cities

By Carmen Paz Castro, Juan Pablo Sarmiento and Claudio Garuti

451

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9. Framework for Optimal Selection Using Meta‐Heuristic Approach and AHP Algorithm

By Ramo Šendelj and Ivana Ognjanović

354

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10. Evaluation of Growth Simulators for Forest Management in Terms of Functionality and Software Structure Using AHP

By Clemens Blattert, Renato Lemm, and Oliver Thees

680

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11. Measuring in Weighted Environments: Moving from Metric to Order Topology (Knowing When Close Really Means Close)

By Claudio Garuti

366

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12. Combining AHP Method with BOCR Merits to Analyze the Outcomes of Business Electricity Sustainability

By Rabah Medjoudj, Fairouz Iberraken and Djamil Aissani

553

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13. A Prototype AHP System for Contractor Selection Decision

By Emmanuel O. Oyatoye and Adedotun A. Odulana

710

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