ANALISIS PERBANDINGAN METODE WEIGHTED PRODUCT (WP) DENGAN METODE SIMPLE ADDITIVE WEIGHTING (SAW) UNTUK PENDUKUNG KEPUTUSAN PEMILIHAN BIRO PERJALANAN PARIWISATA

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Title ANALISIS PERBANDINGAN METODE WEIGHTED PRODUCT (WP) DENGAN METODE SIMPLE ADDITIVE WEIGHTING (SAW) UNTUK PENDUKUNG KEPUTUSAN PEMILIHAN BIRO PERJALANAN PARIWISATA
 
Creator Pradito, Ryzal
Indrianingsih, Yuliani
 
Subject
SPK, SAW method, WP method
 
Description Decision Support System (DSS) is a system that helps managers to solve a semi-structured problem. There are techniques used to make the DSS, one of them is Fuzzy Logic Multi Criteria Decission Makaing (MCDM). Weigthed Product Method (WP) and Single Additive Weighting Method (SAW) is a method to solve the problem using multiplication to connect the atribute ratings, where rating attributes must be raised first with the weight relevant attributes weights. The applications results show comparison WP methods and SAW methods is closer to the value 1, so that the SAW method is the most appropriate method to solve the problem of the selection a trvel agency tourism.
 
Publisher Sekolah Tinggi Teknologi Adisutjipto Yogyakarta
 
Contributor
 
Date 2014-11-01
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion


 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ejournals.stta.ac.id/index.php/compiler/article/view/73
10.28989/compiler.v3i2.73
 
Source Compiler; Vol 3, No 2 (2014): November
2549-2403
2252-3839
10.28989/compiler.v3i2
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://ejournals.stta.ac.id/index.php/compiler/article/view/73/71
 
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