An Optimized AHP-based methodology integrated in a Decision Support System for existing buildings safety
The large-scale management and monitoring of buildings is a complex issue for the heritage buildings holders. Decision Support Systems (DSS) are increasingly applied and studied in the eld of building from the scienti c and technical communities. Multiple-Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA), such as Analytic Hierarchy Processes (AHP), are widely used in building performance analysis. On the other hand, AHP are dif cult to apply in building eld because of the complexity of the problem. This work presents an optimized approach to use AHP integrated in the DSS and applied in the eld of the safety and monitoring of R.C. buildings.
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