Criterion Stochastic Decision Making Method in the Tourism Industry

Vitaly Kostenko, Volodymyr Kuznichenko, Volodymyr Lapshyn

Abstract


The development and application of effective and reliable decision making methods in the tourist business is an important problem. When choosing objects in the tourist business – such as recreational territories, tourist routes and other attractions – the change in the number of objects, as well as in the number of choice criteria, is very important. Those who are tasked with making these sorts of decisions may find the method developed and proposed here – a criterion stochastic method – to be useful, on account of its universality and relative objectivity. When choosing an object (alternative) in a situation where their number – or the number of criteria – varies, the criterion stochastic method keeps the ratios of the initial global priorities of the alternatives (criteria) equal, as well as maintaining their comparison signs.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/rae.v10i1.12761

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