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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process (EVM multiple inputs)


K. D. Goepel Version 07.06.2015 Free web based AHP software on: http://bpmsg.com
Only input data in the light green fields and worksheets!
n= 3 Number of criteria (2 to 10) Scale: 1 Linear

N= 1 Number of Participants (1 to 20) : 0.1 Consensus: n/a

p= 0 selected Participant (0=consol.) 2 7 Consolidated


Objective

Author
Date Thresh: 1E-07 Iterations: 7 EVM check: 6.1E-08

Table Criterion Comment Weights Rk


1 Price 73.1% 1
2 Style 8.1% 3
3 Comfort 18.8% 2
4 Criterion 4 0.0%
5 Criterion 5 0.0%
6 Criterion 6 0.0%
7 Criterion 7 0.0%
8 Criterion 8 0.0%
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the 0.0%
10 question section ("+" in row 66) 0.0%

Result Eigenvalue lambda: 3.065


Consistency Ratio 0.37 GCI: 0.19 CR: 6.8%
Criterion 4

Criterion 5

Criterion 6

Criterion 7

Criterion 8

Matrix normalized
Comfort

principal
Price

Style

Eigenvector
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Price 1 7 5
- - - - - - - 73.06%
Style 2 1/7 1/3
- - - - - - - 8.10%
Comfort 3 1/5 3
- - - - - - - 18.84%
Criterion 4 4
- - - - - - - - - 0.00%
Criterion 5 5
- - - - - - - - - 0.00%
Criterion 6 6
- - - - - - - - - 0.00%
Criterion 7
7 - - - - - - - - - 0.00%
Criterion 8
8 - - - - - - - - - 0.00%

9 - - - - - - - - - 0.00%

10 - - - - - - - - - 0.00%

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 1


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 73%
2 Style 8%
3 Comfort 19%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 1 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style A 7 ### Err:518 7.00
13 1 3 Comfort A 5 ### Err:518 5.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort B 3 ### Err:518 0.33
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 2


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 2 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 3


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 3 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 4


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 4 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 5


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 5 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 6


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 6 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 7


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 7 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 8


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 8 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 9


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 9 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 10


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
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Participant 10 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
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importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 11


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 11 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 12


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 12 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 13


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 13 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 14


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 14 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 15


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 15 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 16


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 16 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 17


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 17 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 18


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 18 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 19


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 19 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process n= 3 Input 20


Objective: 0
Only input data in the light green fields!
Please compare the importance of the elements in relation to the objective and fill in the table: Which element of
each pair is more important, A or B, and how much more on a scale 1-9 as given below.
Once completed, you might adjust highlighted comparisons 1 to 3 to improve consistency.

n Criteria Comment RGMM


1 Price 33%
2 Style 33%
3 Comfort 33%
4 Criterion 4 ###
5 Criterion 5 ###
6 Criterion 6 ###
7 Criterion 7 ###
8 Criterion 8 ###
9 for 9&10 unprotect the input sheets and expand the ###
10 question section ("+" in row 66) ###
Participant 20 1 : 0.1 CR: ### 1
Name Weight Date Consistency Ratio Scale
Criteria more important ? Scale A
i j A B - A or B (1-9) B
12 1 2 Price Style ### Err:518 1.00
13 1 3 Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 1 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
23 2 3 Style Comfort ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 2 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 4 Criterion 4 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 3 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 5 Criterion 5 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 4 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 6 Criterion 6 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 5 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 7 Criterion 7 ### Err:518 1.00
0 6 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 7 8 Criterion 8 ### Err:518 1.00
0 0
of
importanc
Definition Explanation
1 Equal importance Two elements contribute equally to the objective

3 Moderate importance Experience and judgment slightly favor one element over another

5 Strong Importance Experience and judgment strongly favor one element over another

Very strong One element is favored very strongly over another, it dominance is
7
importance demonstrated in practice
The evidence favoring one element over another is of the highest
9 Extreme importance possible order of affirmation

2,4,6,8 can be used to express intermediate values

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Multiple Input Sheet
AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process
bpmsg.com Multiple Input Summary Sheet

1 = k number of participants
Consolidated = Weighted geometric mean off participants 3 = n number of criteria

C Consolidated 1 Participant 1 1 12/30/1899


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 7 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 7 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 0.1429 0.3333 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1/7 1 1/3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 0.2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1/5 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

2 Participant 2 1 12/30/1899 3 Participant 3 1 12/30/1899


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

4 Participant 4 1 12/30/1899 5 Participant 5 1 12/30/1899


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

6 Participant 6 1 12/30/1899 7 Participant 7 1 12/30/1899


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

8 Participant 8 1 12/30/1899 9 Participant 9 1 12/30/1899


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

10 Participant 10 1 12/30/1899 11 Participant 11 1 12/30/1899


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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AHP Analytic Hierarchy Process (10x10 Matrix) 3
Power Method (Dominant Eigenvalue)
Iterations
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 12
1 1.00 7.00 5.00 - - - - - - - 1.30 3.06
2 0.14 1.00 0.33 - - - - - - - 0.15 0.34
3 0.20 3.00 1.00 - - - - - - - 0.42 0.79
4 - - - 1.00 - - - - - - 0.10 0.00
5 - - - - 1.00 - - - - - 0.10 0.00
6 - - - - - 1.00 - - - - 0.10 0.00
7 - - - - - - 1.00 - - - 0.10 0.00
8 - - - - - - - 1.00 - - 0.10 0.00
9 - - - - - - - - 1.00 - 0.10 0.00
10 - - - - - - - - - 1.00 0.10 0.00
Sum (col) 1.3429 11 6.3333 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Scaling
1.00 1.00
0.11 0.11
0.32 0.26
0.08 0.00
0.08 0.00
0.08 0.00
0.08 0.00
0.08 0.00
0.08 0.00
0.08 0.00
1.98 1.37
Normalization
0.74 0.64 0.79 - - - - - - - 0.5063 0.73064
0.11 0.09 0.05 - - - - - - - 0.0575 0.08096
0.15 0.27 0.16 - - - - - - - 0.1636 0.18839
- - - - - - - - - - 0.0389 7E-008
- - - - - - - - - - 0.0389 7E-008
- - - - - - - - - - 0.0389 7E-008
- - - - - - - - - - 0.0389 7E-008
- - - - - - - - - - 0.0389 7E-008
- - - - - - - - - - 0.0389 7E-008
- - - - - - - - - - 0.0389 7E-008
Eigenvalue: 3.06489
Check ### err: 1.0E-07 8E-013
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Revisions
Date Comment
3/5/2012 1st draft based on AHPcalc vers 27.8.11 (single input);
allows input from max. 7 participants

11.12.2012 Algorithm of Power Method to solve Eigenvalue was modified


released (new sheet 8x8) resulting in much higher accuracy. By
default 12 iterations
08.02.2013
released final tests
2/19/2013 corrected formatting problem of weights in summary sheet
5/7/2013 Introduced weights for individual participants (weighted
geometric mean) in sheet multInp
Extend to 20 participants
5/8/2013
Consensus calculation in sheet Summary adapted to 20
participants, calculation of CR in summary sheet using Alonso.
5/31/2013 In4 cell K17 was not referring to alpha in summary sheet,
cell F17 (weight of individual participants) was partly locked in
input sheets
8/12/2013 Values for different scales are calculated in the input sheets.
Input sheets allow decimal figure instead of 1-9 integer. Sheet
"tables" deleted
12/24/2013 For the 3 most inconsistent judgments the ideal judgment
resulting in lowest inconsistency is displayed
5/9/2014 Change of check for convergence of power method
7/26/2014 corrected wrong ref in multInp (Matrix13)
4/9/2015 changed name of consol. Matrix from MatrixC to m_p0
CHOOSE in Summary sheet now p_sel+1 and m_p0 included
(IF cond removed)
changed the min of 3 to 2 criteria
6/7/2015 correction for 2 criteria: sheet 10x10 Cell M41 limit to 12
CGI in summary sheet to "n/a" for n=2, text (2 - 10)