Tatjana Vilutienė
Tatjana Vilutienė
assoc.prof.dr. in Civil Engineering and Management, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University
Verified email at vgtu.lt
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Multi-objective contractor’s ranking by applying the MOORA method
WKM Brauers
Journal of Business Economics and management, 245-255, 2008
Multiple criteria analysis of foundation instalment alternatives by applying Additive Ratio Assessment (ARAS) method
Archives of civil and mechanical engineering 10 (3), 123-141, 2010
A multiple criteria evaluation of multi-family apartment block's maintenance contractors: I—Model for maintenance contractor evaluation and the determination of its selection …
EK Zavadskas, T Vilutienė
Building and environment 41 (5), 621-632, 2006
Contractor selection for construction works by applying SAW-G and TOPSIS grey techniques
Z Turskis, J Tamošaitienė, T Vilutiene, EK Zavadskas
Journal of Business Economics and Management, 34, 2010
Multi-criteria analysis of Projects’ performance in construction
EK Zavadskas, T Vilutienė, Z Turskis, J Šaparauskas
Archives of Civil and Mechanical Engineering 14, 114-121, 2014
Construction solutions for energy efficient single-family house based on its life cycle multi-criteria analysis: a case study
V Motuzienė, A Rogoža, V Lapinskienė, T Vilutienė
Journal of Cleaner production 112, 532-541, 2016
Importance of occupancy information when simulating energy demand of energy efficient house: A case study
V Martinaitis, EK Zavadskas, V Motuzienė, T Vilutienė
Energy and Buildings 101, 64-75, 2015
Multicriteria evaluation of apartment blocks maintenance contractors: Lithuanian case study
EK Zavadskas, A Kaklauskas, T Vilutiene
International Journal of Strategic Property Management 13 (4), 319-338, 2009
Sustainable decision-making in civil engineering, construction and building technology
EK Zavadskas, J Antucheviciene, T Vilutiene, H Adeli
Sustainability 10 (1), 14, 2018
The application of multi-criteria analysis to decision support for the facility management of a residential district
T Vilutienė, EK Zavadskas
Journal of Civil Engineering and Management 9 (4), 241-252, 2003
Modelling the effect of the domestic occupancy profiles on predicted energy demand of the energy efficient house
V Motuziene, T Vilutiene
Procedia Engineering 57, 798-807, 2013
Integrated group fuzzy multi-criteria model: Case of facilities management strategy selection
EK Zavadskas, Z Turskis, T Vilutienė, N Lepkova
Expert Systems with Applications 82, 317-331, 2017
Future trends in road technologies development in the context of environmental protection
P Radziszewski, J Nazarko, T Vilutiene, K Dębkowska, J Ejdys, ...
Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, 2016
Innovative research projects in the field of Building Lifecycle Management
L Ustinovičius, R Rasiulis, L Nazarko, T Vilutienė, M Reizgevicius
Procedia Engineering 122, 166-171, 2015
The New Development Trend of Operational Research in Civil Engineering and Sustainable Development as a Result of Collaboration between German–Lithuan
J Tamošaitienė, T Vilutiene, L Bartkienė
Journal of Business Economics and Management, 316, 2010
Foresight study of road pavement technologies
J Nazarko, P Radziszewski, K Dębkowska, J Ejdys, A Gudanowska, ...
Procedia Engineering 122, 129-136, 2015
Multi-criteria analysis of multi-family apartment blocks maintenance service packages
EK Zavadskas, T Vilutienė
Journal of Civil Engineering and Management 10 (Suppl 2), 143-152, 2004
Decision model for selection of modernization measures: public building case
R Rasiulis, L Ustinovichius, T Vilutienė, V Popov
Journal of Civil Engineering and Management 22 (1), 124-133, 2016
A method to predict change propagation within building information model
LA Saoud, J Omran, B Hassan, T Vilutienė, A Kiaulakis
Journal of Civil Engineering and Management 23 (6), 836-846, 2017
Simulation of multi-criteria selection of buildings’ maintenance contractor using the game theory
EK Zavadskas, Z Turskis, T Vilutienė
Computer Modelling and New Technologies 9 (2), 7-16, 2005
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