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Changing the Way We Measure Things

The Creative Decisions Foundation sponsors education, research and software development in advanced methods of analytic decision-making. Our goal is to Change the Way We Measure Things.

The Analytic Hierarchical Process (AHP) and the Analytic Network Process (ANP) are used to measure intangibles using human judgment.

AHP/ANP are the most powerful synthesis methodologies for combining judgment and data to effectively rank options and predict outcomes.

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Thomas L. Saaty (1926-2017)

Distinguished Professor Thomas L. Saaty, died today the 14th of August from cancer, after 1 years of brave fight. He made an unprecedented impact on the decision making world.

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Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong, HK confirmed as the venue for ISAHP2018

Organizing Committee has confirmed signing of the contract with the Grand Hyatt inHong Kong as the venue for the ISAHP2018 Symposium. ISAHP 2018 will take place in Hong Kong in July 12-15 2018.

ISAHP 2018, Jul 12-15, 2018, Hong Kong, HK

The 15th International Symposium of AHP, will take place in Hong Kong, HK. The symposium provides an international forum for scholars research applications and perspectives about their areas of the world.

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Country Chapters

AHP chapters unite colleagues in particular geographical areas, offer the opportunity to gain immediate access to advances in the field, and establish a personal networking system in the locale. AHP community has members from more than 40 countries. Many of these chapters sponsor regular meetings with speakers and demonstrations of new methods and applications in the field. In addition, they often provide educational programs and sponsor annual meetings in their areas.

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Working Groups

AHP Working groups allow professionals to network and collaborate on a smaller scale with members that have the same special interests as you. For small groups of researchers interested in a specific field, CDF provides an organisational framework in the form of AHP Working Groups. These Groups are a very important part of the AHP Community. They provide a forum for promoting research in a broad variety of areas in which there have been AHP applications or theoretical developments.

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