Web-HIPRE is a web-version of the HIPRE 3+ software for decision analytic problem structuring, multicriteria evaluation and prioritization. Web-HIPRE is a Java applet for multiple criteria decision analysis. Being located on the WWW, it can be accessed from everywhere in the world. This has opened up a completely new era and dimension in decision support. Web-HIPRE provides a common platform for individual and group decision making. The models can be processed at the same or at different times and the results can be easily shared and combined. There is a possibility to define links to other WWW addresses. These links can refer to any other kind of information such as graphics, sound or video describing the criteria or alternatives. This can improve the quality of decision support dramatically. The most common weighting methods including AHP, SMART, SWING, SMARTER and value functions are supported.

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  1. Brunelli, Matteo: Studying a set of properties of inconsistency indices for pairwise comparisons (2017)
  2. Scholten, Lisa; Schuwirth, Nele; Reichert, Peter; Lienert, Judit: Tackling uncertainty in multi-criteria decision analysis -- an application to water supply infrastructure planning (2015)
  3. Dou, Yijie; Zhu, Qinghua; Sarkis, Joseph: Evaluating green supplier development programs with a grey-analytical network process-based methodology (2014)
  4. Dou, Yijie; Sarkis, Joseph: A joint location and outsourcing sustainability analysis for a strategic offshoring decision (2010)
  5. Kilgour, D. Marc; Chen, Ye; Hipel, Keith W.: Multiple criteria approaches to group decision and negotiation (2010)
  6. Bertsch, Valentin; Geldermann, Jutta; Rentz, Otto: Preference sensitivity analyses for multi-attribute decision support (2007)
  7. Kersten, Gregory E.; Lai, Hsiangchu: Satisfiability and completeness of protocols for electronic negotiations (2007)
  8. Levy, Jason K.; Taji, Kouichi: Group decision support for hazards planning and emergency management: a group analytic network process (GANP) approach (2007)
  9. Eom, S.; Kim, E.: A survey of decision support system applications (1995--2001) (2006)
  10. Geldermann, Jutta; Treitz, Martin; Bertsch, Valentin; Rentz, Otto: Moderated decision support and countermeasure planning for off-site emergency management (2005)
  11. Millet, Ido; Schoner, Bertram: Incorporating negative values into the analytic hierarchy process (2005)
  12. Salo, Ahti; Punkka, Antti: Rank inclusion in criteria hierarchies (2005)
  13. Sarkis, Joseph; Talluri, Srinivas: Evaluating and selecting e-commerce software and communication systems for a supply chain (2004)
  14. Condon, Edward; Golden, Bruce; Wasil, Edward: Visualizing group decisions in the analytic hierarchy process. (2003)
  15. Hämäläinen, Raimo P.: Decisionarium - aiding decisions, negotiating and collecting opinions on the web (2003)
  16. Stam, Antonie; Duarte Silva, A.Pedro: On multiplicative priority rating methods for the AHP (2003)
  17. Ehtamo, Harri; Kettunen, Eero; Hämäläinen, Raimo P.: Searching for joint gains in multi-party negotiations. (2001)
  18. Kangas, Jyrki; Kangas, Annika; Leskinen, Pekka; Pykäläinen, Jouni: MCDM methods in strategic planning of forestry on state-owned lands in Finland: applications and experiences (2001)
  19. Matsatsinis, Nikolaos F.; Samaras, Andreas P.: MCDA and preference disaggregation in group decision support systems. (2001)
  20. Levy, Jason K.; Hipel, Keith W.; Kilgour, D.Marc: Sustainability indicators for multiple criteria decision making in water resources: An evaluation of soil tillage practices using web-HIPRE (2000)

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