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 \section{Multi-Criteria Decision Making} \section{Multi-Criteria Decision Making} \label{sec:mcdm} \label{sec:mcdm} Multi-criteria decision making (MCDM) is the problem of picking a preferred solution from a set of candidates that performs best in a number of criteria. Multi-criteria decision making (MCDM) is the problem of picking a preferred solution from a set of candidates that performs best in a number of conflicting criteria. This section gives a brief introduction to the topic. This section gives a brief introduction to the topic. More information can be found in \todo{cite something}. More information can be found in the book by \citet{KeeneyR1993}. In our domain, the decision consists of a number of sub-decisions: one has to decide which resource to assign to each capability requirement. In our domain, the decision consists of a number of sub-decisions: one has to decide which resource to assign to each capability requirement. The decisions can be represented by a decision vector $\vec{x} = \tuple{x_1, x_2, \ldots, x_n}$, where each $x_i$ stands for one capability requirement of a task. The decisions can be represented by a decision vector $\vec{x} = \tuple{x_1, x_2, \ldots, x_n}$, where each $x_i$ stands for one capability requirement of a task. ... ...
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