Table 2

Scaling . | Meaning . |
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1 | Two factors are of equal importance compared |

3 | Factor i compared to j, one of which is slightly more important than the other |

5 | Factor i compared to j, one of which is more important than the other |

7 | Factor i compared to j, one of which is more important than the other |

9 | Factor i compared to j, one of which is more important than the other |

2468 | The middle number of the above two adjacent judgments |

Reciprocal | The reciprocal of the comparison of the above two factors |

Scaling . | Meaning . |
---|---|

1 | Two factors are of equal importance compared |

3 | Factor i compared to j, one of which is slightly more important than the other |

5 | Factor i compared to j, one of which is more important than the other |

7 | Factor i compared to j, one of which is more important than the other |

9 | Factor i compared to j, one of which is more important than the other |

2468 | The middle number of the above two adjacent judgments |

Reciprocal | The reciprocal of the comparison of the above two factors |

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