Expert Choice

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Expert Choice
Industry Computer software
Founded 1983; 31 years ago (1983)
Founders Ernest Forman
Key people Ernest Forman

Expert Choice is decision-making software that is based on multi-criteria decision making.

Expert Choice implements the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP)[1] and has been used in fields such as manufacturing,[2] environmental management[3][4] and agriculture.[5]

Created by Thomas Saaty and Ernest Forman in 1983,[6] the software is supplied by Expert Choice Inc.[7]


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  2. ^ Chan, F. T. S.; Chan, H. K. (2010). "An AHP model for selection of suppliers in the fast changing fashion market". The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 51 (9–12): 1195. doi:10.1007/s00170-010-2683-6.  edit
  3. ^ Najafi, A.; Afrazeh, A. (2011), Analysis of the Environmental Projects Risk Management Success Using Analytical Network Process Approach, International Journal of Environmental Research 5 (2): 277–284 
  4. ^ Yatsalo, B. I.; Kiker, G. A.; Kim, J.; Bridges, T. S.; Seager, T. P.; Gardner, K.; Satterstrom, F. K.; Linkov, I. (2007). "Application of Multicriteria Decision Analysis Tools to Two Contaminated Sediment Case Studies". Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 3 (2): 223–233. doi:10.1897/IEAM_2006-036.1. PMID 17477290.  edit
  5. ^ Pažek, K.; Rozman, Č.; Bavec, F.; Borec, A.; Bavec, M. (2010). "A Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis Framework Tool for the Selection of Farm Business Models on Organic Mountain Farms". Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 34 (7): 778. doi:10.1080/10440046.2010.507531.  edit
  6. ^ French, S.; Xu, D. L. (2005). "Comparison study of multi-attribute decision analytic software". Journal of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis 13 (2–3): 65. doi:10.1002/mcda.372.  edit
  7. ^ McGinley, P. (2012), Decision analysis software survey, OR/MS Today 39