The method of assessment the competence of experts

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The paper presents experts qualification assessment, its importance and productivity, selection of experts for the expert evaluation at the project planning stage. The analysis of literature, scientific publications, existing solutions and methods for assessing the competence of experts using the hierarchy method is carried out. Criteria, accurately reflecting the characteristics of this expert are proposed, how suitable it is for this expert evaluation, which allow the most effective assessment of its competence. The application of the method of analysis of hierarchies is considered to solve this problem its positive and negative sides regarding the application of the competency assessment. The qualification assessment method was developed using analytic hierarchy process elements. Decisionmaking behavior was described with application of developed method; competence affecting factors also were described, such as work experience, number of successfully completed expert ratings, compliance of education with the scope of work, and workgroup characterization. An example of calculation by the developed method is given, selection of the most suitable expert, according to the offered characteristics the comparison of calculations by the developed method with the classical calculation method of analysis of hierarchies. Exemplified the developed-method calculation, was made a comparison with classical hierarchy analysis method. The proposed method has the necessary accuracy and a small relative error and can be used to assess the competence of experts and other tasks to which the hierarchy analysis method is applicable.

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P. G. Marycheva

Samara State Technical University

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Russian Federation




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