Production and Preferences to Compatible Solution: Fuzzy Evaluation of Power Sector in Bangladesh


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The success or failure of power sector has a multi-dimensional effect. It affects on the other sectors of the industries. Therefore, drivers of success or failures as well as the solution of crisis of power sector have been identified from various aspects. This paper investigates the available solutions of problem of power industry regarding the preferences of compatibility of solutions. The available solutions have been identified from the previous researches. Different dimensions of the solutions have been considered to find out the most compatible solution for the stable growth of power sector in a developing country, Bangladesh. The Fuzzy Analytical Hierarchy Process (FAHP) has been used to determine the compatibility of the available solutions.



Edited by:

Wei Deng and Qi Luo




M. S. Uddin Rajib et al., "Production and Preferences to Compatible Solution: Fuzzy Evaluation of Power Sector in Bangladesh", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 421, pp. 904-909, 2013

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September 2013




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