Degree of Project Utility and Investment Value Assessments
Keywords:COPRAS, DUMA and INVAR Methods, Multiple criteria analysis, Investment value, Utility degree, Recommendations.
This article recommends a new INVAR Method for a multiple criteria analysis (Degree of Project Utility and Investment Value Assessments along with Recommendation Provisions). Its use can be for a sustainable building assessment. The INVAR Method can additionally assist in determining the investment value of a project under deliberation and provide digital recommendations for improving projects. Furthermore, the INVAR Method can optimize the selected criterion seeking that the project under deliberation would be equally competitive in the market, as compared to the other projects under comparison. The INVAR Method is additionally able to calculate the value that the project under deliberation should be for this project to become the best among those under deliberation. The case studies presented in this research are for demonstrating this developed method.
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