
J. Figueira,
S. Greco,
V. Mousseau,
and R. Slowinski.
Interactive Multiobjective Optimization using a Set of Additive Value Functions.
In J. Branke,
K. Deb,
K. Miettinen,
and R. Slowinski, editors,Multiobjective Optimization: Interactive and Evolutionary Approaches,
pages 99122.
2008.
Note: LNCS vol. 5252.
[WWW
] [
]
Abstract: 
In this chapter we present a new interactive procedure for multiobjective optimization, which is based on the use of a set of value functions as a preference model built by an ordinal regression method. The procedure is composed of two alternating stages. In the first stage, a representative sample of solutions from the Pareto optimal set (or from its approximation) is generated. In the second stage, the Decision Maker (DM) is asked to make pairwise comparisons of some solutions from the generated sample. Besides pairwise comparisons, the DM may compare selected pairs from the viewpoint of the intensity of preference, both comprehensively and with respect to a single criterion. This preference information is used to build a preference model composed of all general additive value functions compatible with the obtained information. The set of compatible value functions is then applied on the whole Pareto optimal set, which results in possible and necessary rankings of Pareto optimal solutions. These rankings are used to select a new sample of solutions, which is presented to the DM, and the procedure cycles until a satisfactory solution is selected from the sample or the DM comes to conclusion that there is no satisfactory solution for the current problem setting. Construction of the set of compatible value functions is done using ordinal regression methods called UTAGMS and GRIP. These two methods generalize UTAlike methods and they are competitive to AHP and MACBETH methods. The interactive procedure will be illustrated through an example 
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Maria Joao Alves,
Joao Climaco,
Carlos Henggeler antunes,
Humberto Jorge,
and Antonio G. Martins.
Stability analysis of efficient solutions in multiobjective integer programming: A case study in load management.
Computers & Operations Research,
35(1):186  197,
January 2008.
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AUTHOR = {Alves, Maria Joao and Climaco, Joao and Henggeler antunes, Carlos and Jorge, Humberto and Martins, Antonio G.},
TITLE = {Stability analysis of efficient solutions in multiobjective integer programming: A case study in load management},
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Carlos A. Bana e costa,
Carlos S. Oliveira,
and Victor Vieira.
Prioritization of bridges and tunnels in earthquake risk mitigation using multicriteria decision analysis: Application to Lisbon.
Omega,
36(3):442  450,
June 2008.
[WWW
]
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AUTHOR = {Bana e costa, Carlos A. and Oliveira, Carlos S. and Vieira, Victor},
TITLE = {Prioritization of bridges and tunnels in earthquake risk mitigation using multicriteria decision analysis: Application to Lisbon},
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JOURNAL = Omega,
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Nerija Banaitiene,
Audrius Banaitis,
Arturas Kaklauskas,
and Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas.
Evaluating the life cycle of a building: A multivariant and multiple criteria approach.
Omega,
36(3):429  441,
June 2008.
[WWW
]
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AUTHOR = {Banaitiene, Nerija and Banaitis, Audrius and Kaklauskas, Arturas and Zavadskas, Edmundas Kazimieras},
TITLE = {Evaluating the life cycle of a building: A multivariant and multiple criteria approach},
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}

Ana Barcus and Gilberto Montibeller.
Supporting the allocation of software development work in distributed teams with multicriteria decision analysis.
Omega,
36(3):464  475,
June 2008.
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]
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AUTHOR = {Barcus, Ana and Montibeller, Gilberto},
TITLE = {Supporting the allocation of software development work in distributed teams with multicriteria decision analysis},
YEAR = 2008,
JOURNAL = Omega,
VOLUME = 36,
NUMBER = 3,
PAGES = {464  475},
MONTH = {June},
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}

L. Berrah,
G. Mauris,
and J. Montmain.
Monitoring the improvement of an overall industrial performance based on a Choquet integral aggregation.
Omega,
36(3):340  351,
June 2008.
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AUTHOR = {Berrah, L. and Mauris, G. and Montmain, J.},
TITLE = {Monitoring the improvement of an overall industrial performance based on a Choquet integral aggregation},
YEAR = 2008,
JOURNAL = Omega,
VOLUME = 36,
NUMBER = 3,
PAGES = {340  351},
MONTH = {June},
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}

Malcolm J. Beynon and Peter Wells.
The lean improvement of the chemical emissions of motor vehicles based on preference ranking: A PROMETHEE uncertainty analysis.
Omega,
36(3):384  394,
June 2008.
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AUTHOR = {Beynon, Malcolm J. and Wells, Peter},
TITLE = {The lean improvement of the chemical emissions of motor vehicles based on preference ranking: A PROMETHEE uncertainty analysis},
YEAR = 2008,
JOURNAL = Omega,
VOLUME = 36,
NUMBER = 3,
PAGES = {384  394},
MONTH = {June},
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}

Dominique Bollinger and Jacques Pictet.
Multiple criteria decision analysis of treatment and landfilling technologies for waste incineration residues.
Omega,
36(3):418  428,
June 2008.
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AUTHOR = {Bollinger, Dominique and Pictet, Jacques},
TITLE = {Multiple criteria decision analysis of treatment and landfilling technologies for waste incineration residues},
YEAR = 2008,
JOURNAL = Omega,
VOLUME = 36,
NUMBER = 3,
PAGES = {418  428},
MONTH = {June},
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}

S. Chakhar and V. Mousseau.
GISbased multicriteria spatial modeling generic framework.
International Journal of Geographical Information Science,
22(1112):11591196,
2008.
[WWW
] [
]
Abstract: 
Multicriteria analysis is a set of mathematical tools and methods allowing the comparison of di®erent alternatives according to many criteria, often con°icting, in order to guide the decision maker towards a judicious choice. Multicriteria methods are used in spatial context to evaluate and compare spatial decision alternatives, often modeled through constraintbased suitability analysis and represented by point, line, and polygon features or their combination, and evaluated on several spacerelated criteria, in order to select a restricted subset for implementation. Outranking methods, a family of multicriteria methods, may be useful in spatial decision problems, especially when ordinal evaluation criteria are implied. However, it is recognized that these methods, except those devoted to multicriteria classi¯cation problems, are subject to computational limitations with respect to the number of alternatives. This paper proposes a framework to facilitate the incorporation and use of outranking methods in geographical information systems (GIS). The framework is composed of two phases. The ¯rst phase allows producing a planar subdivision of the study area obtained by combining a set of criteria maps; each represents a particular vision of the decision problem. The result is a set of nonoverlapping spatial units. The second phase allows constructing decision alternatives by combining the spatial units. Point, line and polygon featurebased decision alternatives are then constructed as an individual, a grouping of linearly adjacent or a grouping of contiguous spatial units. This permits to reduce considerably the number of alternatives, enabling the use of outranking methods. The framework is illustrated through the development of a prototype and through a step bystep application to a corridor identi¯cation problem. The paper includes also a discussion of some conceptual and technical issues related to the framework 
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pages = {11591196},
year = {2008},
abstract = {Multicriteria analysis is a set of mathematical tools and methods allowing the comparison of di®erent alternatives according to many criteria, often con°icting, in order to guide the decision maker towards a judicious choice. Multicriteria methods are used in spatial context to evaluate and compare spatial decision alternatives, often modeled through constraintbased suitability analysis and represented by point, line, and polygon features or their combination, and evaluated on several spacerelated criteria, in order to select a restricted subset for implementation. Outranking methods, a family of multicriteria methods, may be useful in spatial decision problems, especially when ordinal evaluation criteria are implied. However, it is recognized that these methods, except those devoted to multicriteria classi¯cation problems, are subject to computational limitations with respect to the number of alternatives. This paper proposes a framework to facilitate the incorporation and use of outranking methods in geographical information systems (GIS). The framework is composed of two phases. The ¯rst phase allows producing a planar subdivision of the study area obtained by combining a set of criteria maps; each represents a particular vision of the decision problem. The result is a set of nonoverlapping spatial units. The second phase allows constructing decision alternatives by combining the spatial units. Point, line and polygon featurebased decision alternatives are then constructed as an individual, a grouping of linearly adjacent or a grouping of contiguous spatial units. This permits to reduce considerably the number of alternatives, enabling the use of outranking methods. The framework is illustrated through the development of a prototype and through a step bystep application to a corridor identi¯cation problem. The paper includes also a discussion of some conceptual and technical issues related to the framework},
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Ye Chen,
M.D. Kilgour,
and Keith W. Hipel.
A casebased distance method for screening in multiplecriteria decision aid.
Omega,
36(3):373  383,
June 2008.
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TITLE = {A casebased distance method for screening in multiplecriteria decision aid},
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NUMBER = 3,
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}

YuhWen Chen,
ChiHwang Wang,
and SainJu Lin.
A multiobjective geographic information system for route selection of nuclear waste transport.
Omega,
36(3):363  372,
June 2008.
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AUTHOR = {Chen, YuhWen and Wang, ChiHwang and Lin, SainJu},
TITLE = {A multiobjective geographic information system for route selection of nuclear waste transport},
YEAR = 2008,
JOURNAL = Omega,
VOLUME = 36,
NUMBER = 3,
PAGES = {363  372},
MONTH = {June},
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}

Ezgi Aktar Demirtas and Ozden Ustun.
An integrated multiobjective decision making process for supplier selection and order allocation.
Omega,
36(1):76  90,
March 2008.
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TITLE = {An integrated multiobjective decision making process for supplier selection and order allocation},
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JOURNAL = Omega,
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NUMBER = 1,
PAGES = {76  90},
MONTH = {March},
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Carlos F. Simoes Gomes,
Katia R.A. Nunes,
Lucia Helena xavier,
Rosangela Cardoso,
and Rogerio Valle.
Multicriteria decision making applied to waste recycling in Brazil.
Omega,
36(3):395  404,
June 2008.
[WWW
]
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AUTHOR = {Gomes, Carlos F. Simoes and Nunes, Katia R.A. and Helena xavier, Lucia and Cardoso, Rosangela and Valle, Rogerio},
TITLE = {Multicriteria decision making applied to waste recycling in Brazil},
YEAR = 2008,
JOURNAL = Omega,
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}

S. Greco,
V. Mousseau,
and R. Slowinski.
Ordinal regression revisited: multiple criteria ranking using a set of additive value functions.
European Journal of Operational Research,
191(2):415435,
December 2008.
[WWW
] [
]
Abstract: 
We present a new method, called UTAGMS, for multiple criteria ranking of alternatives from set A using a set of additive value functions which result from an ordinal regression. The preference information provided by the decision maker is a set of pairwise comparisons on a subset of alternatives A^R \subseteq A, called reference alternatives. The preference model built via ordinal regression is the set of all additive value functions compatible with the preference information. Using this model, one can define two relations in the set A: the necessary weak preference relation which holds for any two alternatives a,b from set A if and only if for all compatible value functions a is preferred to b, and the possible weak preference relation which holds for this pair if and only if for at least one compatible value function a is preferred to b. These relations establish a necessary and a possible ranking of alternatives from A, being, respectively, a partial preorder and a strongly complete relation. The UTAGMS method is intended to be used interactively, with an increasing subset A^R and a progressive statement of pairwise comparisons. When no preference information is provided, the necessary weak preference relation is a weak dominance relation, and the possible weak preference relation is a complete relation. Every new pairwise comparison of reference alternatives, for which the dominance relation does not hold, is enriching the necessary relation and it is impoverishing the possible relation, so that they converge with the growth of the preference information. Distinguishing necessary and possible consequences of preference information on the complete set of actions, UTAGMS answers questions of robustness analysis. Moreover, the method can support the decision maker when his/her preference statements cannot be represented in terms of an additive value function. The method is illustrated by an example solved using the UTAGMS software. Some extensions of the method are also presented 
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Andrew J. Higgins,
Stefan Hajkowicz,
and Elisabeth Bui.
A multiobjective model for environmental investment decision making.
Computers & Operations Research,
35(1):253  266,
January 2008.
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]
@Article{Higgins:2008,
AUTHOR = {Higgins, Andrew J. and Hajkowicz, Stefan and Bui, Elisabeth},
TITLE = {A multiobjective model for environmental investment decision making},
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JOURNAL = {Computers & Operations Research},
VOLUME = 35,
NUMBER = 1,
PAGES = {253  266},
Month = {January},
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}

Wlodzimierz Ogryczak,
Adam Wierzbicki,
and Marcin Milewski.
A multicriteria approach to fair and efficient bandwidth allocation.
Omega,
36(3):451  463,
June 2008.
[WWW
]
@Article{Ogryczak:2008,
AUTHOR = {Ogryczak, Wlodzimierz and Wierzbicki, Adam and Milewski, Marcin},
TITLE = {A multicriteria approach to fair and efficient bandwidth allocation},
YEAR = 2008,
JOURNAL = Omega,
VOLUME = 36,
NUMBER = 3,
PAGES = {451  463},
MONTH = {June},
url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6VC44MBCBS01&_user=1566656&_coverDate=060.000000300.0000002008&_rdoc=12&_fmt=summary&_orig=browse&_srch=docinfo( 27753327250c%232008%23651453 0.000000LA 153075568isplay%23Volume)&_cdi=5944&_sort=d&_docanchor=&view=c&_ct=15&_acct=C000020819&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=1566656&md5=37e85388b435fc164307273b62a1f64a}
}

Rupesh Kumar Pati,
Prem Vrat,
and Pradeep Kumar.
A goal programming model for paper recycling system.
Omega,
36(3):405  417,
June 2008.
[WWW
]
@Article{Pati:2008,
AUTHOR = {Pati, Rupesh Kumar and Vrat, Prem and Kumar, Pradeep},
TITLE = {A goal programming model for paper recycling system},
YEAR = 2008,
JOURNAL = Omega,
VOLUME = 36,
NUMBER = 3,
PAGES = {405  417},
MONTH = {June},
url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6VC44MC0TNP3&_user=1566656&_coverDate=060.000000300.0000002008&_rdoc=8&_fmt=summary&_orig=browse&_srch=docinfo( 27753327250c%232008%23651453 0.000000LA 153078232isplay%23Volume)&_cdi=5944&_sort=d&_docanchor=&view=c&_ct=15&_acct=C000020819&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=1566656&md5=cc12198945f40c5352b639233f178da4}
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Sarah Steiner and Tomasz Radzik.
Computing all efficient solutions of the biobjective minimum spanning tree problem.
Computers & Operations Research,
35(1):198  211,
January 2008.
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]
@Article{Steiner:2008,
AUTHOR = {Steiner, Sarah and Radzik, Tomasz},
TITLE = {Computing all efficient solutions of the biobjective minimum spanning tree problem},
YEAR = 2008,
JOURNAL = {Computers & Operations Research},
VOLUME = 35,
NUMBER = 1,
PAGES = {198  211},
Month = {January},
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Tommi Tervonen,
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Margaret M. Wiecek,
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