LATHE SELECTION USING ANALYTIC HIERARCHY PROCESS AND INFORMATION AXIOM
AbstractSelection of appropriate equipment, place, or employee is a problem that needs consideration by industry, as capacities develop and efficiencies become more valued over the recent decades. Several decision-making techniques have been developed and applied to many different areas to evaluate their reliability. This study focuses on the application of a hybrid decision-making technique of Analytic Hierarchy Process and Information Axiom to solve the problem of lathe selection. Results show that appropriate machine tools can easily be selected within a short time using this approach.
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