Tolga Kaya
Tolga Kaya
Associate Professor of Quantitative Decision Making, Istanbul Technical University
Verified email at itu.edu.tr
TitleCited byYear
Multicriteria renewable energy planning using an integrated fuzzy VIKOR & AHP methodology: The case of Istanbul
T Kaya, C Kahraman
Energy 35 (6), 2517-2527, 2010
4952010
Multicriteria decision making in energy planning using a modified fuzzy TOPSIS methodology
T Kaya, C Kahraman
Expert Systems with Applications 38 (6), 6577-6585, 2011
3242011
Fuzzy multicriteria disposal method and site selection for municipal solid waste
M Ekmekçioğlu, T Kaya, C Kahraman
Waste management 30 (8-9), 1729-1736, 2010
1982010
An integrated fuzzy AHP–ELECTRE methodology for environmental impact assessment
T Kaya, C Kahraman
Expert Systems with Applications 38 (7), 8553-8562, 2011
1722011
Fuzzy multiple criteria forestry decision making based on an integrated VIKOR and AHP approach
T Kaya, C Kahraman
Expert Systems with Applications 38 (6), 7326-7333, 2011
1292011
A fuzzy approach to e-banking website quality assessment based on an integrated AHP-ELECTRE method
T Kaya, C Kahraman
Technological and Economic Development of Economy 17 (2), 313-334, 2011
742011
Performance comparison based on customer relationship management using analytic network process
B Öztayşi, T Kaya, C Kahraman
Expert Systems with Applications 38 (8), 9788-9798, 2011
692011
Multi-attribute evaluation of website quality in E-business using an integrated fuzzy AHPTOPSIS methodology
T Kaya
International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems 3 (3), 301-314, 2010
492010
The impact of public investment in social care services on employment, gender equality, and poverty: The Turkish case
I Ilkkaracan, K Kim, T Kaya
Research Project Report, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College. August, 2015
342015
Facility location selection in reverse logistics using a type-2 fuzzy decision aid method
GT Temur, T Kaya, C Kahraman
Supply chain management under fuzziness, 591-606, 2014
122014
Modeling toothpaste brand choice: an empirical comparison of artificial neural networks and multinomial probit model
T Kaya, E Aktas, İ Topçu, B Ülengin
International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems 3 (5), 674-687, 2010
92010
Modeling toothpaste brand choice: an empirical comparison of artificial neural networks and multinomial probit model
T Kaya, E Aktas, İ Topçu, B Ülengin
International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems 3 (5), 674-687, 2010
92010
Unraveling the energy use network of construction sector in Turkey using structural path analysis
T Kaya
International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 7 (1), 31-43, 2017
62017
Solid waste collection system selection for smart cities based on a type-2 fuzzy multi-criteria decision technique
M Topaloglu, F Yarkin, T Kaya
Soft Computing 22 (15), 4879-4890, 2018
52018
Investing in social care infrastructure and employment generation: A distributional analysis of the care economy in Turkey
K Kim, I Ilkkaracan, T Kaya
Levy Economics Institute, Working Papers Series, 2017
42017
A Fuzzy Approach to Urban Ecotourism Site Selection Based on an Integrated Promethee III Methodology.
AŞOA KAyA, T Kaya, C Kahraman
Journal of Multiple-Valued Logic & Soft Computing 21, 2013
42013
Supplier evaluation system development with artificial neural network and discriminant analysis: a comparative study
GT Temur, D Ozdemir, T Kaya
European and Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems 2009 (EMCIS2009 …, 2009
42009
Regional employment generation potential of the Turkish labor market: an inter-sectoral perspective
U Gündüz, T Kaya
Technological and Economic Development of Economy 23 (5), 726-741, 2017
32017
İnşaat Kesimi İstihdam mı Yaratıyor, Dışalımı mı Uyarıyor?
G Günlük-Senesen, T Kaya, Ü Senesen
Ekonomi-tek-International Economics Journal 2 (3), 23-46, 2013
32013
Monitoring Brand Performance Based on Household Panel Indicators Using a Fuzzy Rank-based Oreste Methodology.
T Kaya
Journal of Multiple-Valued Logic & Soft Computing 31, 2018
12018
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