Concordance Methods

Concordance methods are based on a pairwise comparison of alternatives. They provide an ordinal ranking (and sometimes only a partial ordering) of the alternatives; that is, when two alternatives are compared, these methods can only express that alternative A is preferred to alternative B, but cannot indicate by how much.

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