The present study focuses on a new application of a decision-making process using the Technique for Order of Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS) method for the optimization of the chemical synthesis output. This investigation is important as many chemical reactions have been performed in labs without any analysis of their optimization. The factors that affect the chemical synthesis output such as catalyst, nanosensor network, and temperature have been considered in this study.

Features of Choosing Forms of Professional Development for Employees of the Foreign Economic Department

The professional development of employees is an integral part of the organization's personnel man- agement, since the effectiveness and efficiency of its activities significantly depend on the level of profes- sional training of personnel in the conditions of the modern economy. Employees increasingly have to combine a wide variety of functions in their work, perform many different professional tasks, process large amounts of information, etc.


This paper focused on a new application of the TOPSIS method for the prediction and optimization of the oligonucleotides characteristics. This method has been used for these purposes as it has shown its efficacy for these analyses. This is the first time that it has been applied to the investigation of these biomolecules. The hypothesis in this paper was that the characteristics of these biomaterials would be optimized according to their structural differences.

Optimization of physical instruments' characteristics with TOPSIS

The present study focuses on the characteristics optimization of  the  physical instruments with the Technique for Order of Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS). The hypothesis in this research work was that the characteristics of spectrometers and rheometers could affect their rankings, which in turn could be influenced by the underestimation of their cost criterion. In this paper, the characteristics optimization of the FTIR spectrometers and rheometers was carried out with TOPSIS.