The objective of this conference was to foster a healthy exchange of ideas and experience in the domain of multiple criteria problem solving. This conference was an outgrowth of an earlier conference I organized with Herve Thiriez at CESA, Jouy-en-Josas, France in 1975 during my stay at the European Institute in Brussels. When I re joined the State University of New York at Buffalo that year, I be gan to search for potential sponsors for this conference. Approxi mately one year later when the prospects began to look promising, I contacted several individuals to act as an informal coordinating committee for the conference. I wanted to avoid biasing the con ference completely to my way of thinking! The members of this committee were Jim Dyer, Peter Fishburn, Ralph Kee. ney, Bernard Roy (Universite de Paris IX Dauphine who was unable to participate in the conference), and Milan Zeleny. Though the committee did not meet, per se, their inputs regarding format, possible participants, number of participants, length of the conference, and so on were of great value to me in planning and organizing the conference. I wish to acknowledge the contributions of this group. We were most fortunate in obtaining the financial support of the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management, Brussels ·(one of the sponsors of the Jouy-en-Josas conference), the Office of Naval Research, and the State University of New York at Buffalo.
|Publisher:||Springer Berlin Heidelberg|
|Series:||Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems , #155|
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1978|
|Product dimensions:||6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.05(d)|
Table of Contents“Interpolation Independence”.- “A Multiple Criteria Decision Model for Repeated Choice Situations”.- “Evaluating Joint Life-Saving Activities under Uncertainty”.- “The Interactive Surrogate Worth Trade-off Method for Multiobjective Decision-Making”.- “Cardinal Preference AggregationRules for the Case of Certainty”.- “A Simple Multi-Attribute Utility Procedure for Evaluation”.- “Public Investment Decision Making with Multiple Criteria; An Example of University Planning”.- “Interdependent Criteria in Utility Analysis”.- “A Survey of Multiattribute/Multicriterion Evaluation Theories”.- “An Overview of Recent Results in Multiple Criteria Problem Solving as Developed in Aachen, Germany”.- “Bicriterion Cluster Analysis as an Exploration Tool”.- “Duality in Multiple Objective Linear Programming”.- “Multiobjective Management of the small firm”.- “Applying Multiobjective Decision Analysis to Resource Allocation Planning Problems”.- “A Utility Model for Product Positioning”.- “Social Decision Analysis Using Multiattribute Utility Theory”.- “Ranking with Multiple Objectives”.- “Interactive Integer Goal Programming: Methods and Application”.- “A Theory of Naive Weights”.- “Multicriteria Decision Aid Two Applications in Education Management”.- “Multiattribute Risk/Benefit Analysis of Citizen Attitudes Toward Societal Issues Involving Technology”.- “Condensing Multiple Criteria”.- “Vector Maximum Gradient Cone Contraction Techniques”.- “An Approach to Solving Multi-Person Multiple-Criteria Decision-Making Problems”.- “Multiple Criteria Dominance Models: An Empirical Study of Investment Preferences”.- “Toward Second Order Game Problems: Decision Dynamics in Gaming Phenomena”.- “Multidimensional Measure of Risk: Prospect Rating Vector”.- “A Time Sharing Computer Programming Application of A Multiple Criteria Decision Method to Energy Planning A Progress Report”.- CONFERENCE PROGRAM.- LIST OF PARTICIPANTS.