Disjunctive Screening

The disjunctive method is similar to the conjunctive technique, except that in the disjunctive strategy alternatives need only to satisfy any one of the attribute’s cutoffs to be acceptable. Alternatives are eliminated, therefore, only if they fail with respect to every attributes.

Source Of Description

Malczewski 1999, p. 149

Used For Decision Process Phases/Steps

Alternative Screening

Parent Categories

Noncompensatory Screening

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