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PriEsT stand for ‘Priority Estimation Tool’, a handy decision making application that uses pair-wise comparisons.
PriEsT is designed to solve complicated decision problems and provides measures for inconsistency in judgements. It uses well-known prioritization methods and provides both graphical and equalizer views of the problem.







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PriEsT is a decision making application that generates a decision tree for a complex decision problem. PriEsT is unique in that the algorithm is based on optimal pair-wise comparisons. The comparisons are adjusted to reflect personal preferences and different pair-wise comparisons produce a different tree. A graphical representation of the different trees is given in the ‘Priority Estimation Tool’ part of PriEsT.
PriEsT Features:
PriEsT generates a decision tree that uses one of a set of priority criteria and a set of criteria for priority weighting. The order of priorities may be changed by the user. PriEsT’s main advantage is that the user can change the weights for criteria used for calculation. The weights are used to adjust the order of priorities for the criteria. Each criterion is given a priority from 1 (very important) to N (not important). The user can use all criteria in every comparison (this might be impracticable) or use just some of them.
PriEsT has an excel style interface where the user can use the algebraic functions as well as the ‘Priority Estimation Tool’ to modify the tree that is generated. The user can adjust the weights and the criteria for each criterion.
PriEsT may be used for both normal priority settings and multiplicative/divisor setting. The multiplicative/divisor setting of priorities is very handy for simultaneous comparisons of more than two criteria where the maximum weight is the main criteria.
PriEsT generates the best trees it can generate for any problem that may be a challenge for all decision making programs. PriEsT handles multidimensional priorities, non-priority criteria and priority weights.
PriEsT can also handle discrete weights of more than two levels (weighted interval scale). Discrete weights can represent a range of priority. The weights are used to limit the range of the priority or weights (e.g. discretize the range 1 – 10 into bins with priority intervals of 5).
PriEsT’s priority levels (1 – N) are treated equally and the range is adjusted to be equal to the number of criteria. In case of uneven priorities between criteria the range is adjusted to be the smallest.
PriEsT has the option to print out the best tree found.
PriEsT can handle ordinal scales (Likert and discrete scale of 1 – 5).
Priority structure in PriEsT:
Note that the priorities and weights should be considered as a priority structure rather

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PriEsT (Updated 2022)

PriEsT is a flexible tool for qualitative and quantitative decisions under uncertainty. It is designed to make it easier to work through the estimation of probabilities and preferences and the evaluation of their appropriateness in practical situations. PriEsT has many useful features such as the possibility of ranking problems and performing pair-wise comparisons. It can provide both the decision-maker with a unique view of a problem and an analysis of the effects of choosing different alternatives. It can handle both discrete and continuous variables, both with and without uncertainty.
PriEsT contains a large variety of decision problems which have been generated automatically from the problem descriptions in Chapter 7 of the Monash Project Planner.
Implementation and use:
PriEsT is implemented as a freeware Windows application. PriEsT is easy to use and intuitive. PriEsT runs on Windows 95/98/NT 4.0/2000/XP and is platform independent. PriEsT is free of charge for non-commercial use.
Version history:
Version 1.0 (2004-05-23):
In PriEsT, you can simultaneously compare multiple criteria with their preferences given. A simple example is the following. You are given three locations for a hotel and have to decide whether to stay in one or more of the locations. PriEsT estimates the probability that you will choose each of the locations given the three options. Then it gives you pair-wise comparisons between the three options so that you can choose which alternative you prefer.
Version 1.1 (2004-07-23):
New features:
PriEsT now provides the ability to set the desired number of candidates for multiple choice problems. This allows you to choose between a large number of options in a decision problem that uses multiple-choice. This works particularly well for case-based reasoning.
PriEsT can now set up new problem descriptions directly from its database.
Version 1.2 (2004-12-17):
The problem database was updated. PriEsT now takes care of time units and dates.
Version 1.2.1 (2005-06-26):
The preferences can now be adjusted via a slider.
PriEsT can now set up the problem descriptions directly from its database.
Version 1.3 (2005-12-26):
New features:
PriEsT now allows you to set up the problem descriptions directly from its database. PriEsT can retrieve problems from the database. PriEsT can also save the problem descriptions

What’s New In?

PriEsT is a small standalone application, written in C# and using WinForms.
It provides a dialog where a user can enter a set of criteria and then he can perform pairwise comparisons between them.
You can also create a new set of criteria or edit the one used in your preference.

Original Source:
PriEsT was developed by Sergey Karacuba. It is now under active maintenance by the PriEsT project team.

PriEsT is a standalone application and is not an addition to Excel.

PriEsT is free for non-commercial use.

See also
Decision Making System
Aggregation method

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System Requirements For PriEsT:

OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional with Service Pack 2 (SP2) or later
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional with Service Pack 2 (SP2) or later CPU: Intel Pentium 4 2.0GHz or higher
Intel Pentium 4 2.0GHz or higher RAM: 1 GB
1 GB Hard disk: 1 GB
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional with Service Pack 2 (SP

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