DEXi is a computer program for multi-attribute decision making. It is aimed at interactive development of qualitative multi-attribute decision models and the evaluation of options. This is useful for supporting complex decision-making tasks, where there is a need to select a particular option from a set of possible ones so as to satisfy the goals of the decision maker. A multi-attribute model is a hierarchical structure that represents the decomposition of the decision problem into subproblems, which are smaller, less complex and possibly easier to solve than the complete problem.
Development and history
DEXi is implemented in Borland Delphi and runs on Microsoft Windows platforms. It can be used free of charge for non-commercial applications.
The latest DEXi version is 3.04 and is available in two languages:
For any questions about DEXi, please contact Marko Bohanec. Any feedback on your experience with DEXi will be greatly appreciated.
Last update: November 26, 2012