An analytical hierarchy process for selection of the optimal procedure for resveratrol determination in wine samples
The study shows the application of analytical hierarchy process (AHP) in ranking the analytical procedures, that are applied for resveratrol determination in wine samples. 19 different analytical methodologies are described by metrological, economic and environmental criteria, that are further divided into 10 subcriteria. Before AHP application, the amount of input data is decreased with cluster analysis. The first run of AHP is aimed to rank the clustered analytical procedures, while the second analysis is performed to select the best procedure from the cluster with the highest rank obtained in the first AHP run. The procedure based on a direct sample injection to high performance liquid chromatography with UV detection is the most beneficial one. AHP is excellent tool for the assessment and the selection of the most appropriate analytical procedure from several available. The choice of MCDA method is dictated by the fact, that so far, no examples of the usage of a given method for the selection of the optimal analytical procedure have been found in the literature.
Magdalena Fabjanowicz, Marta Bystrzanowska, Jacek Namieśnik, Marek Tobiszewski, Justyna Płotka-Wasylka. (2018). An analytical hierarchy process for selection of the optimal procedure for resveratrol determination in wine samples, 142, 126-134. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.microc.2018.06.028
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