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The Analytic Hierarchy Process (Ahp) in Software Development (Digital Short Cut) (Cód: 2893039)

Forman,Ernest H.; Patton,Peter C.; Jayaswal,Bijay, K.

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The Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) is an advanced technique that supports decision makers in structuring complex decisions, quantifying intangible factors, and evaluating choices in multiobjective decision situations. It is a comprehensive and rational decision-making framework that provides a powerful methodology for determining relative worth among a set of elements. AHP is especially suitable for complex decisions that involve the comparison of decision elements which are difficult to quantify. The AHP, and its more recent version the Analytic Network Process (ANP), were developed by Dr. Thomas Saaty and have been applied in a wide variety of decision situations in organizations worldwide. AHP is particularly applicable in managing software complexity, and in Quality Function Deployment (QFD), as presented in Chapter 11 of the book Design for Trustworthy Software. This short cut illustrates the application of AHP in prioritizing complex design issues. It also shows how AHP and its supporting software, Expert Choice (EC), can handle much higher levels of complexities accurately and expeditiously than the prioritization matrices introduced in Chapter 7 of Design for Trustworthy Software. In addition to solutions facilitated by EC, this short cut also illustrates two known approximations to AHP solutions using manual calculations. Manual calculations can be used to solve relatively less complex problems. They are presented in this short cut to illustrate the first principles and the steps involved in AHP. This short cut is a reproduction of Chapter 8 of the book Design for Trustworthy Software and introduces AHP with a simple example. It can be used either as a methodology in trustworthy software design process or as a standalone introductory presentation on AHP. This short cut should be of interest to software and quality professionals. In particular, it would be of value to the CMMI, Six Sigma, and DFSS communities worldwide, especially those who have acquired or plan to acquire Green Belt, Black Belt, Master Black Belt, or similar competencies in various quality management disciplines. It should also be a useful resource for students and academicians of various programs at senior undergraduate and graduate levels, and for those preparing for ASQ's Certified Software Quality Engineer (CSQE) examination. What This Short Cut Covers 3 Introduction 4 Prioritization, Complexity, and the Analytic Hierarchy Process 4 Multiobjective Decision-Making and AHP 5 Case Study 1 Solution Using Expert Choice 12 Approximations to AHP with Manual Calculations 22 Conclusion 33 Key Points 33 Additional Resources 34 Internet Exercises 34 Review Questions 34 Discussion Questions and Projects 35 Problems 36 Endnotes 45 What's in the Book Design for Trustworthy Software 47 About the Authors 52 The Design for Trustworthy Software Digital Short Cut Compilation 53

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Marca Prentice Hall
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Tamanho do Arquivo 8942
Início da Venda 22/11/2012
Código do Formato Pdf
Cód. Barras 9780132351355
Ano da edição 22007
Ano da Publicação 107
AutorForman,Ernest H.; Patton,Peter C.; Jayaswal,Bijay, K.