THE CORRESPONDENTS DISTRIBUTION METHOD BETWEEN NODES IN THE RADIO COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
Keywords:decision-making, multicriteriality, radio communication system
AbstractIn this article the formalized description of the task of correspondents’ distribution between communication centers in the system of radio communication in consideration of particularities which must be considered in information processing outputting data and combat possibilities. Method for solving multi criteria task based on the approach of transition to one estimate with the help of method ELECTRE (ELECTRE – EliminationEtChoixTraduisantlaRealite – exclusion and selection reflect to reality) and using algorithm of correspondent distribution of obtained criteria maximization with consideration of restrictions, subsets probable for communication centers and category of correspondents’ priority. Example of proposed method implementation is shown.
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