Ranking and Prioritization for Multi-indicator Systems: Introduction to Partial Order Applications By Rainer Brüggemann, Ganapati P. Patil
English | PDF | 2011 | 347 Pages | ISBN : 1441984763 | 8.61 MB
Ranking issues are found everywhere. For example, bank houses, universities, towns, watersheds etc. are ranked. But also assessment of students in one discipline is a ranking. This last example is trivial, because we have only one criterion, namely the quality of the student in that discipline. In the other cases ranking can be a very hard job.