Simulation Process of Optimal Transport Department Regarding to Transport Vehicles Based on AHP Method â€“ Applied to Slovakia
Keywords:AHP, transport department, simulation
Decision making method AHP delivers real results based on selected criteria analysis and solution variants. As a weighted sum of the output of decision analysis determines the order of significance compared variants. It represents "Base model" for simulation. Sensitive changes in input data for the decision-making process may result in a reordering output of AHP method. The simulation model makes it easy to simulate the desired conditions with increasing or reducing the importance of each criterion in relation to variants percentage change their addictions.
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