Decision Lens

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Decision Lens is online decision-making software that is based on multi-criteria decision making.

Decision Lens implements the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP)[1] and the Analytic Network Process (ANP)[2] and is used in fields such as energy,[3] medical research[4] and group decision-making.[5][6]

The software is supplied by Decision Lens Inc., which was founded in 2002 by John and Dan Saaty.[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Satay, T. L. (1980). The Analytic Hierarchy Process. McGraw-Hill: New York. 
  2. ^ Saaty, Thomas L. (1996), Decision Making with Dependence and Feedback: The Analytic Network Process, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: RWS Publications, ISBN 0-9620317-9-8 
  3. ^ Cicone, D. C.; Udaeta, M. E. M.; Grimoni, J. A. B.; Galvão, L. C. U. R. (2008). "Functionality of the approach of hierarchical analysis in the full cost accounting in the IRP of a metropolitan airport". Energy Policy 36 (3): 991. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2007.11.014.  edit
  4. ^ Cheever, M. A.; Allison, J. P.; Ferris, A. S.; Finn, O. J.; Hastings, B. M.; Hecht, T. T.; Mellman, I.; Prindiville, S. A.; Viner, J. L.; Weiner, L. M.; Matrisian, L. M. (2009). "The Prioritization of Cancer Antigens: A National Cancer Institute Pilot Project for the Acceleration of Translational Research". Clinical Cancer Research 15 (17): 5323–5337. doi:10.1158/1078-0432.CCR-09-0737. PMID 19723653.  edit
  5. ^ Begicevic, N.; Divjak, B.; Hunjak, T. (2011). "AHP-based group decision making using keypads". International Journal of Economics and Business Research 3 (4): 443. doi:10.1504/IJEBR.2011.040953.  edit
  6. ^ Mu, E.; Butler, B. S. (2009). "The Assessment of Organizational Mindfulness Processes for the Effective Assimilation of IT Innovations". Journal of Decision Systems 18: 27. doi:10.3166/JDS.18.27-51.  edit
  7. ^ Heath, Thomas (July 6, 2011), "Value Added: Quantifying the intangible amounts to profits", The Washington Post, retrieved 2012-11-19