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When the table with results has been completely output to the screen, the user is asked whether these results should also be displayed graphically. If the answer is y or Y the screen presents OPTION 2 : OUTPUT 2 . nxz an~ 9 l

E . each weight value within a given interval is assumed to be equally likely Now you can modify this default setting if you know that 1n one or more of the spec1fied intervals some weight values are more likely to be chosen than others . Do you w1sh to use th1s opt1on (Y/N) Y Fig. 18 Option to continue with third Input step of Option 2 31 OPTION 2 INPTJ1' 2 In the second input step to OPTION 2 the user is asked to specify the admissible intervals for the weights of each of the criteria in turn in terms of the maximum and minimum values for these intervals .

The when same the choices as graphical at the displays end are of not 42 Spec ify the priorities for the criteria Most important criterion : Next most important criterion : Next most important criter1on : b Fig . 26 First Input step for Option 3 43 OPTION 3 INPUT 1 OPTION 3 is similar to OPTION 2 in the sense that it provides a detailed analysis of the problem for a user-defined priority ranking of the criteria . The difference between OPTION 2 and OPTION 3 arises mainly from the weight generation process: the former generates random weights from a distribution which is (at least partially) defined by the user , whereas the latter systematically generates weight sets covering the Whole priority domain specified by the user .

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