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Buying a house.

Assume that Ivan want to buy a house. His criteria are: Price, Distance from working place and Quality. Alternatives are the houses, let us denote them, A, B, C, D. Aim/Goal is: To buy a house. For Ivan, criteria are not of the same importance. He wants to save some money for some other purposes so that Price is important in his decision process. Lower the price of the house greater is its preference. In his mind Ivan is also making trade off between criteria. This is the consequence of the fact that his measurement scales are different for different criteria. This trade off is done here by taking different weights for different criteria.
Input data in pairwise comparison form (Template).

Show criteria and their weights

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