We consider aggregation of multiple criteria evaluations expressed on qualitative ordinal scales, which means representation of multiple criteria preferences using finite sets of values, such as "bad", "medium", "good", or "weak", "normal", "strong". The evaluation scales regarding single criteria, as well as comprehensive evaluations, are qualitative. Moreover, the qualitative evaluations concern either single alternatives (e.g., x is "bad", or "medium", or "good") or degrees of preference for pairs of alternatives (e.g., x is "indifferent" to y, or x is "weakly preferred" to y, or x is "strongly preferred" to y).
|Title of host publication||Multiple criteria decision making for sustainable energy and transportation systems: proceedings of the 19th international conference on multiple criteria decision making|
|Editors||M. Ehrgott, B. Naujoks, T. Stewart, J. Wallenius|
|Place of Publication||Berlin|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|
|Name||Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems|