ELECTRE

Electre Methods. Over the last three decades a large body of research in the field of ELECTRE family methods appeared. This research has been conducted by several researchers mainly in Europe. The purpose of this chapter is to present a survey of the ELECTRE methods since their first appearance in mid-sixties, when ELECTRE I was proposed by Bernard Roy and his colleagues at SEMA consultancy company. The chapter is organized in five sections. The first section presents a brief history of ELECTRE methods. The second section is devoted to the main features of ELECTRE methods. The third section describes the different ELECTRE methods existing in the literature according to the three main problematics: choosing, ranking and sorting. The fourth section presents the recent developments and future issues on ELECTRE methods. Finally, the fifth section is devoted to the software and applications. An extensive and up-to-date bibliography is also provided in the end of this chapter.


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  1. Chakhar, Salem; Ishizaka, Alessio; Labib, Ashraf; Saad, Inès: Dominance-based rough set approach for group decisions (2016)
  2. Govindan, Kannan; Jepsen, Martin Brandt: ELECTRE: A comprehensive literature review on methodologies and applications (2016)
  3. Gutjahr, Walter J.; Nolz, Pamela C.: Multicriteria optimization in humanitarian aid (2016)
  4. Angilella, Silvia; Corrente, Salvatore; Greco, Salvatore: Stochastic multiobjective acceptability analysis for the Choquet integral preference model and the scale construction problem (2015)
  5. Bottero, M.; Ferretti, V.; Figueira, J.R.; Greco, S.; Roy, B.: Dealing with a multiple criteria environmental problem with interaction effects between criteria through an extension of the Electre III method (2015)
  6. Bouyssou, Denis; Marchant, Thierry: On the relations between ELECTRE TRI-B and ELECTRE TRI-C and on a new variant of ELECTRE TRI-B (2015)
  7. Bouyssou, Denis; Pirlot, Marc: A consolidated approach to the axiomatization of outranking relations: a survey and new results (2015)
  8. Peng, Yi: Regional earthquake vulnerability assessment using a combination of MCDM methods (2015)
  9. Ben Amor, Sarah; Martel, Jean-Marc: A new distance measure including the weak preference relation: application to the multiple criteria aggregation procedure for mixed evaluations (2014)
  10. Boujelben, Mohamed Ayman; De Smet, Yves: A choice model with imprecise ordinal evaluations (2014)
  11. Chen, Ting-Yu: An ELECTRE-based outranking method for multiple criteria group decision making using interval type-2 fuzzy sets (2014)
  12. Corrente, Salvatore; Figueira, José Rui; Greco, Salvatore: Dealing with interaction between bipolar multiple criteria preferences in PROMETHEE methods (2014)
  13. Corrente, Salvatore; Figueira, José Rui; Greco, Salvatore: The SMAA-PROMETHEE method (2014)
  14. Eppe, Stefan; De Smet, Yves: Approximating Promethee II’s net flow scores by piecewise linear value functions (2014)
  15. Liu, Yang; Fan, Zhi-Ping; Yuan, Yuan; Li, Hongyan: A FTA-based method for risk decision-making in emergency response (2014)
  16. Liu, Yang; Fan, Zhi-Ping; Zhang, Yao: Risk decision analysis in emergency response: a method based on cumulative prospect theory (2014)
  17. Pankratova, N.D.; Nedashkovskaya, N.I.: Hybrid method of multicriteria evaluation of decision alternatives (2014)
  18. Szeląg, Marcin; Greco, Salvatore; Słowiński, Roman: Variable consistency dominance-based rough set approach to preference learning in multicriteria ranking (2014)
  19. Wang, Jian-qiang; Wang, Jing; Chen, Qing-hui; Zhang, Hong-yu; Chen, Xiao-hong: An outranking approach for multi-criteria decision-making with hesitant fuzzy linguistic term sets (2014)
  20. Brauers, Willem Karel M.: Multi-objective seaport planning by MOORA decision making (2013)

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