VIKOR Technique: A Systematic Review of the State of the Art Literature on Methodologies and Applications
AbstractThe main objective of this paper is to present a systematic review of the VlseKriterijuska Optimizacija I Komoromisno Resenje (VIKOR) method in several application areas such as sustainability and renewable energy. This study reviewed a total of 176 papers, published in 2004 to 2015, from 83 high-ranking journals; most of which were related to Operational Research, Management Sciences, decision making, sustainability and renewable energy and were extracted from the “Web of Science and Scopus” databases. Papers were classified into 15 main application areas. Furthermore, papers were categorized based on the nationalities of authors, dates of publications, techniques and methods, type of studies, the names of the journals and studies purposes. The results of this study indicated that more papers on VIKOR technique were published in 2013 than in any other year. In addition, 13 papers were published about sustainability and renewable energy fields. Furthermore, VIKOR and fuzzy VIKOR methods, had the first rank in use. Additionally, the Journal of Expert Systems with Applications was the most significant journal in this study, with 27 publications on the topic. Finally, Taiwan had the first rank from 22 nationalities which used VIKOR technique. View Full-Text
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Mardani, A.; Zavadskas, E.K.; Govindan, K.; Amat Senin, A.; Jusoh, A. VIKOR Technique: A Systematic Review of the State of the Art Literature on Methodologies and Applications. Sustainability 2016, 8, 37.
Mardani A, Zavadskas EK, Govindan K, Amat Senin A, Jusoh A. VIKOR Technique: A Systematic Review of the State of the Art Literature on Methodologies and Applications. Sustainability. 2016; 8(1):37.Chicago/Turabian Style
Mardani, Abbas; Zavadskas, Edmundas K.; Govindan, Kannan; Amat Senin, Aslan; Jusoh, Ahmad. 2016. "VIKOR Technique: A Systematic Review of the State of the Art Literature on Methodologies and Applications." Sustainability 8, no. 1: 37.
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