Analytic Hierarchy Process

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The AHP is a structured technique for organizing and analyzing complex decisions. By deconstructing the decision problem into smaller subproblems, it is easier to compare each indicator. The AHP considers biases, and through the mathematical background it calculates the inconsistency in ratings, which should be below 10\% to be accepted.

First a hierarchy is made for each indicator and scenario.

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For each indicator, the scenarios are compared to each other, weighted and rated. The inconsistency factor is considered and the ratings should be configured of it is two high. Additionally, each indicator should be compared to each other to calculate the indicator weight, similar to the one defined in the weighted Factor Comparison.