A New Method In The AHP-Weighting Of Criteria For Supplier Selection
Keywords:Analytic Hierarchy Process, criteria, consistency index, multi-criteria decision making
AbstractIn the coming years, researchers in the supplier selection are more likely to use a combination of methods of multi-criteria decision making (MCDM). One method of MCDM which often used in such combinations is Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP). The function of AHP in the combination of MCDM is as the weighting in each criterion. In the AHP weighting, it has a very important problem. The problem is difficult to obtain consistent results when the amount of matrix is relatively large. This study proposes a new methodology to solve the problem. The results of this study indicate that the proposed method is able to fix the inconsistent matrix data of wise pair comparison to be consistent.
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