ranking method

ranking method

[′raŋk·iŋ ‚meth·əd]
(industrial engineering)
A system of job evaluation wherein each job as a whole is given a rank with respect to all the other jobs, and no attempt is made to establish a measure of value.
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Subas: A ranking method of single valued neutrosophic numbers and its applications to multiattribute decision making problems, International Journal of Machine Learning and Cybernetics, vol.
In setting QFLR, we re-ranked the retrieved documents by using a linear ranking method (i.e Eq.
A good feature ranking method would produce a ranking that is well ordered.
The m*n*3 binary variables are then sorted by the potential to control for confounding based on the bias ranking method (Bross 1966; Schneeweiss et al.
Nine indicators were used in this QS regional ranking method, with the following weights of the total score: academic reputation (30%), employer reputation (20%), faculty-student ratio (20%), web impact (10%), papers per faculty (5%), citations per paper (5%), percent of faculty with PhD (5%), percent of international faculty (2.5%), and percent of international students (2.5%).
In the overall ranking method, participants ranked types from 1 ('like most') to 4 ('like least').
The "as low as possible" (ALAP) risk ranking method was introduced, replacing thc"as low as reasonably possible" (ALARP) risk ranking method using high, medium, and low as a label in the Risk Matrix table, to include and assess all risks.
Specifically, Trust Walker, a random walk model that combines an item-based ranking method and a trust-based nearest neighbour model.al fuse two kinds of social relation-ships, i.e., friendship and membership in a unified matrix factorization model.
A ranking method like this fails to consider the dynamic nature of our operational environment, unit cultures, individual personalities, or specific situations.
Ma, "FRank: a ranking method with fidelity loss," in Proceedings of the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR '07), pp.
Thus, in the view of helping DMs, Table 3 shows the characteristics of different IVIF based ranking methods. Based on such investigation, DMs can easily choose a particular ranking method (or the ranking order obtained from that method) for the decision making process.