Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) methods enable a comprehensive analysis of decision options to identify the most preferred values. However, the abundance of these techniques, using different transformations in the calculations, can cause a divergence of results. However, the resulting rankings should be as consistent and reliable as possible.
In this paper, we used the TOPSIS, COPRAS, SPOTIS, and COMET methods to examine the consistency of their results in the practical problem of laptop evaluation. The rankings were then compared with the reference ranking. The research showed that among the methods listed, the COPRAS method's results differed the most from the others. In turn, this technique ensured a ranking in line with the reference ranking. Based on the results, it can be established that the methods used are characterized by high consistency of results.
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