Journal of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis
© John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Edited By: Theodor J. Stewart
Online ISSN: 1099-1360
Recently Published Issues
Current Issue:January-April 2014
Volume 21, Issue 1-2
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Special Issue: Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimiz...
Volume 20, Issue 3-4
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Leading JMCDA Articles
Volume 17: Issue 3-4
An Analytic Network Process-Based Approach for Location Problems
Marta Bottero, Valentina Ferretti
An Application of Multicriteria Decision Making to Built Heritage. The Redevelopment of Venice Arsenale
Silvio Giove, Paolo Rosato, Margaretha Breil
Volume 17: Issue 1-2
General Decompositions of Multiattribute Utility Functions with Partial Utility Independence
Ali E. Abbas
Volume 16: Issue 3-4
Goal Programming: Realistic Targets for the Near Future
Rafael Caballero, Trinidad Gómez, Francisco Ruiz
Volume 16: Issue 1-2
Application of Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis in the New Zealand Agricultural Industry
A. E. Dooley, D. C. Smeaton, G. W. Sheath, et al.
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Multi Criteria Decision Analysis in Networks
Guest Editors: Christos K. Georgiadis and Konstantinos Petridis
Submission Deadline: March 15, 2014
Distance-Based Approaches to Multi-Criteria Decision Making
Guest Editor: Dr Dylan Jones, University of Portsmouth
Submission Deadline: December 31, 2013
Multi-Objective Supply Chain Management
Guest Editor: Belaïd Aouni, Laurentian University
Submission Deadline: January 15, 2014
Wiley Best MCDM Paper Prize
We are delighted to announce that the winners of the 2013 Wiley Best MCDM Paper Prize are: Oliver Chikumbo, Kalyanmoy Deb and Erik Goodman for their paper:
Triple Bottomline, Hyper-radial-Visualisation-Based 'Decision-Making by Shopping' for a Land Use Management Problem using Evolutionary Multi-objective Optimisation