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6. FINAL RANKING According to the performance of the alternative HVAC systems per evaluation criterion and the indifference, preference and veto limits as well as the weightiness factors, the concordance, discordance and reliability matrices are calculated. 1. 7 is the conclusive presentation of the ELECTRE III application. 7 Outranking final graph SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS A sensitivity analysis was performed in order to verify the stability of the multi-criteria model. First, we changed the weightiness factors of the first two criteria, the economic criterion and the energy criterion.
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