# Multi-criteria Decision Analysis: Methods and Software by Alessio Ishizaka

By Alessio Ishizaka

This booklet offers an advent to MCDA by means of extra specified chapters approximately all the best tools utilized in this box. comparability of equipment and software program can be featured to allow readers to settle on the main applicable approach wanted of their research.

Worked examples in addition to the software program featured within the ebook can be found on an accompanying website.

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