Personnel Ranking and Selection Problem Solution by Application of KEMIRA Method
AbstractIn this study KEmeny Median Indicator Rank Accordance (KEMIRA) method is applied for solving personnel ranking and selection problem when there are two subgroups of evaluating criteria. Each stage of KEMIRA method illustrated with the examples. In the first stage Kemeny median method is applied to generalize experts’ opinions for setting criteria priorities. Medians were calculated for all experts opinions generalization and for experts majority opinions generalization. In the second stage criteria weights calculated and alternatives ranking accomplished simultaneously by Indicator Rank Accordance method. The obtained solutions compared with the results received in previous work of authors.
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