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Prioritizing Human Factors in Emergency Conditions Using AHP Model and FMEA

By Fabio De Felice, Antonella Petrillo and Domenico Falcone

Submitted: November 9th 2015Reviewed: May 30th 2016Published: August 31st 2016

DOI: 10.5772/64411

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Fabio De Felice, Antonella Petrillo and Domenico Falcone (August 31st 2016). Prioritizing Human Factors in Emergency Conditions Using AHP Model and FMEA, Applications and Theory of Analytic Hierarchy Process Fabio De Felice, Thomas L. Saaty and Antonella Petrillo, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/64411. Available from:

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