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WSMWinchester Short Magnum (ammunition)
WSMWeber Smokey Mountain (cooker)
WSMSamoa (ISO Country code)
WSMWarner Strategic Marketing
WSMWorld's Strongest Man (competition)
WSMWeston-Super-Mare (Somerset, England)
WSMWave Structure of Matter
WSMWorkers Solidarity Movement (Ireland)
WSMWireless Site Management
WSMWorld Space Modifier
WSMWrite State Machine
WSMWeb Server Monitor
WSMWorkstation Management
WSMWeb Search Module
WSMWorkshop Manual
WSMWeb Service Module
WSMWeb Search and Mining
WSMWeb Site Monitor
WSMWip Store Manager
WSMWatchguard System Manager
WSMWeighted Sum Model (decision theory)
WSMWomen Seeking Men
WSMWolfpack Sports Marketing (North Carolina)
WSMWeb Services Management
WSMWe Shield Millions (National Life and Accident Insurance Co, Nashville, Tennessee)
WSMWorld Service Meeting (various organizations)
WSMWall Street Media (financial video; New York, NY)
WSMWellness Self-Management
WSMWestern Society of Malacologists
WSMWater Supply Management
WSMWomen Who Have Sex with Men (medical/public health)
WSMWireless Scheduled Multimedia
WSMWeapon System Manager
WSMWeb-based System Management (IBM)
WSMWireless System Manager (MAXON)
WSMWhining, Sniveling, Malcontent
WSMWater Space Management
WSMWireless Site Manager
WSMWaterspace Management
WSMWet Stowage Module
WSMWeb Success Maker
WSMWeapon System Matrix (business rules)
WSMWAVE (Wireless Access in a Vehicle Environment) Short Message (Protocol)
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The most well-known and simplest multicriteria decision-making method is the WSM (weighted sum model).
The weighted product model is similar to the weighted sum model. The main difference is that instead of addition in the model, there is multiplication.
This paper proposes an original approach, called Grey Weighted Sum Model (GWSM), in evaluating the business environment in West Africa by accounting for uncertainties over a period of years.
The Weighted Sum Model (WSM) is one of the best known and often applied multiple criteria decision making method for evaluating a number of alternatives in terms of a number of decision criteria.
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