Conversion and maintenance of Co-oP for Windows
Orloff, Mai T.
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The purpose of this thesis is fourfold: (1) conduct a review of Co-oP to include its background and the multiple criteria decision making algorithms and group aggregation techniques implemented in the existing version of Co-oP; (2) expand the model base to include ELECTRE 3; (3) expand the group decision module to include the' Minimum-Variance technique and a revised version of the Min-Max technique; and (4) migrate CO-OP, using Visual Basic 2.0, onto a graphical user interface (GUI) environment that can be run with Microsoft Windows for Workgroup.
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