Tajikistan MCDA

Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis, or MCDA, is an useful methodology that can apply to many complex decisions.

Geographic Information Systems multi-criteria decision analysis GIS-MCDA consists of a method to convert and combine spatial data/geographical information and decision-makers criteria to attain evidence for a decision-making process. GIS capabilities are enhanced by MCDA procedures, techniques, and algorithms for structuring decision problems, to design, evaluate and prioritize alternatives.

Integration of GIS and MCDA provides a replicable model, improves communication between project participants or decision-makers, can offer a different perspective of problem and solution, helping to redefine initial specification and/or criteria.

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Author Dariia Nesterenko
Maintainer Dariia Nesterenko
Last Updated November 26, 2021, 18:00 (CST)
Created November 26, 2021, 18:00 (CST)
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