The pairwise comparison method (PCM) is a technique for turning vague perceptions or impressions into objective values, i.e. normalized weights or a measure of internal discrepancy. This software product performs calculations of (normalized, relative weights, discrepancy, and disagreement), as well as the minimum, maximum, and average relative weights for each item. It is designed to assist in arriving at the highest quality result possible, with computer speed and accuracy.
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Bailey, Bruce J., "A Software Product for the Pairwise Comparison Method of
Judgment Quantification, User Manual" (1991). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 569.
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