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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Fuzzy data envelopment analysis (DEA): model and ranking method, Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 223(2): 872-878.
According to public information, a total of up to 400 MWs of solar projects have been selected following a ranking method based on, among other criteria, the purchase price of electricity to be produced, the project's carbon footprint, and its share of and contribution to innovative research and development.
We decided on 10 priorities to develop further based on this convergence and the distribution of responses; with 10 priorities, the five most highly ranked topics using each ranking method and all four clinical topics were included, and there was a notable gap in each ranking method between the lowest ranked topic included and the highest ranked topic not included in terms of the percentages.
The fundamental insight highlighted in this paper is that such a ranking method (based on DBT data only) would also allow ranking the predictive accuracy of inverse models identified from the corresponding short-term data time periods.
Bu and Zhang (2002), Choobineh and Li (1993a, b), Jin and Lou (2003, 2004), Luo and Liu (2004) studied the ranking method of grey fuzzy number.
the weighted score method, score-of-unit-price method, and ranking method, can be utilized to choose the winning contractor.
Children at Risk developed a ranking method based on 14 criteria, including completion of Advanced Placement courses, SAT and ACT scores, attendance and graduation rates, which are adjusted for a school's percentage of economically disadvantaged students.
2008a, b); MOORA--Multi-Objective Optimization on basis of Ratio Analysis (Brauers and Zavadskas 2006; Kalibatas and Turskis 2008); TOPSIS--Technique for Order Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution (Hwang and Yoon 1981), VIKOR--compromise ranking method (Opricovic 1993; Opricovic and Tzeng 2004), COPRAS--COmplex PRoportional ASsessment of alternatives (Zavadskas et al.
Thus the paper evaluates results by different selected criteria and ranks companies using multicriteria ranking method.
The IRS expects that this ranking method will allow it to more accurately evaluate the materiality of the issues reported on the schedule and that the ranking method will impose less burden on corporations.