PREFDIS: A multicriteria decision support system for sorting decision problems. This paper, following the methodological framework of multicriteria decision aid (MCDA), presents the PREFDIS (PREFerence DIScrimination) multicriteria decision support system to study sorting decision problems. The main characteristic and a major advantage of the system is the incorporation into its model base of four MCDA methods originating from the preference-disaggregation approach, namely the UTADIS method (UTilités Additives DIScriminantes) and three of its variants, referred to as UTADIS I, UTADIS II and UTADIS III. Using these methods, the decision maker (DM) can develop interactively powerful additive utility models to sort a set of alternatives into two or more predefined classes as accurately as possible, based on different sorting techniques. Furthermore, the system provides enriched preference modeling capabilities, including the modeling of non-monotone preferences. The friendly window-based user interface of the system enables the decision maker/user to take full advantage of the capabilities of the system in order to make effective real-time decisions.

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  1. Kadziński, Miłosz; Ciomek, Krzysztof: Active learning strategies for interactive elicitation of assignment examples for threshold-based multiple criteria sorting (2021)
  2. Kadziński, Miłosz; Ghaderi, Mohammad; Dąbrowski, Maciej: Contingent preference disaggregation model for multiple criteria sorting problem (2020)
  3. Kadziński, Miłosz; Martyn, Krzysztof; Cinelli, Marco; Słowiński, Roman; Corrente, Salvatore; Greco, Salvatore: Preference disaggregation for multiple criteria sorting with partial monotonicity constraints: application to exposure management of nanomaterials (2020)
  4. Huang, Ping Heidi; Moh, Tzuong-tsieng: A non-linear non-weight method for multi-criteria decision making (2017)
  5. Kadziński, Miłosz; Ciomek, Krzysztof; Rychły, Paweł; Słowiński, Roman: Post factum analysis for robust multiple criteria ranking and sorting (2016)
  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. Cailloux, Olivier; Tervonen, Tommi; Verhaegen, Boris; Picalausa, François: A data model for algorithmic multiple criteria decision analysis (2014)
  8. Kadziński, Miłosz; Słowiński, Roman: DIS-CARD: a new method of multiple criteria sorting to classes with desired cardinality (2013)
  9. Greco, Salvatore; Kadziński, Miłosz; Słowiński, Roman: Selection of a representative value function in robust multiple criteria sorting (2011)
  10. Leroy, Agnès; Mousseau, Vincent; Pirlot, Marc: Learning the parameters of a multiple criteria sorting method (2011)
  11. Bouyssou, Denis; Marchant, Thierry: Additive conjoint measurement with ordered categories (2010)
  12. Greco, Salvatore; Mousseau, Vincent; Słowiński, Roman: Multiple criteria sorting with a set of additive value functions (2010)
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  14. Xidonas, Panagiotis; Mavrotas, George; Psarras, John: A multicriteria methodology for equity selection using financial analysis (2009)
  15. Samaras, Georgios D.; Matsatsinis, Nikolaos F.; Zopounidis, Constantin: A multicriteria DSS for stock evaluation using fundamental analysis (2008)
  16. Bouyssou, Denis; Marchant, Thierry: An axiomatic approach to noncompensatory sorting methods in MCDM. II: M ore than two categories (2007)
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  19. Dembczyński, Krzysztof; Kotłowski, Wojciech; Słowiński, Roman: Additive preference model with piecewise linear components resulting from dominance-based rough set approximations (2006)
  20. Dias, Luis C.; Mousseau, Vincent: Inferring Electre’s veto-related parameters from outranking examples (2006)

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