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  • A combined fuzzy AHP-simulation approach to CAD software selection 

    Authors:Ayaǧ, Zeki
    Publisher and Date:(Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2010)
    In this paper a combined approach where the fuzzy analytic hierarchy process (AHP) and simulation come together is presented to select the best computer-aided design (CAD) software out of the available options in the market. The fuzzy AHP is used due to the vagueness and uncertainty of the judgements of a decision maker(s) because the crisp pair-wise comparison in the conventional AHP seems to be insufficient and imprecise to capture the right judgements of the decision maker(s). In this study ...

  • A fuzzy AHP approach to evaluating machine tool alternatives 

    Authors:Ayaǧ, Zeki; Özdemir, Rifat Gürcan
    Publisher and Date:(Springer, 2006)
    Selecting process of a machine tool has been very important issue for companies for years because the improper selection of a machine tool might cause of many problems affecting negatively on productivity precision flexibility and company's responsive manufacturing capabilities. On the other hand selecting the best machine tool from its increasing number of existing alternatives in market are multiple-criteria decision making (MCDM) problem in the presence of many quantitative and qualitative ...

  • A hesitant fuzzy linguistic terms set-based AHP-TOPSIS approach to evaluate ERP software packages 

    Purpose In this paper, two popular multiple-criteria decision-making (MCDM) methods with hesitant fuzzy logic approach; hesitant fuzzy analytic hierarchy process (hesitant F-AHP) and hesitant fuzzy the technique for order preference by similarity to ideal solution (HF-TOPSIS) are integrated as HF-AHP-TOPSIS to evaluating a set of enterprise resource planning (ERP) alternatives and rank them by weight to reach to the ultimate one that satisfies the needs and expectations of a company. Design/meth ...