2023
DOI: 10.1590/0101-7438.2023.043spe1.00268356
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A Summary on Fitradeoff Method With Methodological and Practical Developments and Future Perspectives

Abstract: This paper presents a broad overview of main contributions related to the FITradeoff (Flexible and Interactive Tradeoff) method. FITradeoff is a multicriteria method developed within the scope of the Multiattribute Value Theory (MAVT), considering partial information from the decision maker (DM) in the preference modelling process. Over the last few years, several methodological developments on this method have been published in the literature, as well as practical applications to a wide range of multicriteria… Show more

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“…Several partial information methods also use the swing elicitation procedure to guide the elicitation process, such as the PRIME method [27], the RICH method [28], and the interval SMART/SWING method [29]. The FITradeoff method is a widely known partial information method, with several applications presented in the literature [30]. This method is suitable for solving MCDM problems of choice problematic [22], ranking problematic [31], sorting problematic [32], and portfolio problematic [33,34].…”
Section: Electrementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Several partial information methods also use the swing elicitation procedure to guide the elicitation process, such as the PRIME method [27], the RICH method [28], and the interval SMART/SWING method [29]. The FITradeoff method is a widely known partial information method, with several applications presented in the literature [30]. This method is suitable for solving MCDM problems of choice problematic [22], ranking problematic [31], sorting problematic [32], and portfolio problematic [33,34].…”
Section: Electrementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Some researchers utilize a blend of hard and soft approaches when dealing with management challenges [45][46][47][48]. Mixing hard and soft OR has opened the door for many studies with entire stakeholders' cooperation [49] and solved the much-reported absence of the documentation of successful OR project implementations [50].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%