By Thomas L. Saaty, Kevin P. Kearns

ISBN-10: 0080325998

ISBN-13: 9780080325996

This booklet provides a methodological method of making plans utilizing the Analytic Hierarchy method (AHP).

**Part I**, platforms and Complexity, has chapters on Complexity and platforms and the way they relate to the Analytic Hierarchy procedure.

**Part II**, Strategic making plans, has chapters on present Theories of making plans, Strategic making plans, and Benefit-Cost research and source Allocation.

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