Multicriteria analysis of aeromedical fleet expansion.
Multiple criteria decision making: theory and application in business. International conference. Fairfax VA (USA), 1990/08.
We present an Expected Multiattribute Utility analysis of an aeromedical program's decision to add helicopters to its existing fleet.
We approach the problem as one of helping the program's executive director to synthesize the relative value of the alternatives along technical dimensions so that he can present the alternatives to a decision making board that will weigh the technical merits against nontechnical dimensions, such as public perception, in deciding whether to expand the fleet.
We develop criteria and simulation models to predict the joint probability distributions over these criteria for the different alternatives and use a combination of strength of preference and lottery-based questions in carefully planned utility assessments.
Mots-clés Pascal : Analyse multicritère, Hélicoptère, Aéronautique, SAMU, Augmentation, Flotte, Aide décision, Gestion, Modèle mathématique
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Multicriteria analysis, Helicopter, Aeronautics, Emergency medical care unit, Increase, Fleet, Decision aid, Management, Mathematical model
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Cote : 94-0212074
Code Inist : 002B30A04B. Création : 199406.