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Priority Evaluation of Preliminary Cases for IMO Information Management System using Fuzzy TOPSIS and AHP
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 Title & Authors
Priority Evaluation of Preliminary Cases for IMO Information Management System using Fuzzy TOPSIS and AHP
Jang, Woon-Jae;
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 Abstract
This paper is aimed to priority evaluation of preliminary cases for IMO -IMS(International Maritime Organization- Information Management System) using fuzzy TOPSIS(Technique for Order Performance by Similarity to Ideal Solution) and AHP(Analytic Hierarchy Process). To this solve, therefore, this paper extract 24 preliminary cases and select 4 major preliminary alternative cases after analysing the structure of its alternative cases using FSM(Fuzzy Structure Modeling). Also, the weights of evaluation factors determine using AHP which able to keep the consistency when decision-makers assess. In AHP method, but, the numbers of paired comparison incerase as much as the numbers of the comparison items increase and because this evaluation have the many of vagueness, the decision of final ranking is used to fuzzy TOPSIS method which is included TOPSIS and Fuzzy Set Theory. The result are developed as order as Management of IMO Convention Information, Delivery of IMO Convention Information, Total IMO Database, Knowledge Hub of IMO Convention Information in IMO-IMS.
 Keywords
Fuzzy TOPSIS;AHP;FSM;IMO Information Management System(IMO-IMS);Fuzzy Set Theory;
 Language
Korean
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