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Preference evolution with deceptive interactions and heterogeneous trust in bounded confidence model: A simulation analysis.
The bounded confidence model is a popular tool to model the evolution of preferences and knowledge in opinion dynamics. In the bounded confidence model, it is assumed that all agents are honest to express their preferences ...
Are incomplete and self-confident preference relations better? A simulation-based investigation
Incomplete preference relations and self-confident preference relations have been widely used in multicriteria decision-making problems. However, there is no strong evidence, in the current literature, to validate their ...
Fuzzy Group Decision Making with Incomplete Information Guided by Social Influence
(IEEE Xplore, 2017-09)
A promising research area in the field of Group Decision Making (GDM) is the study of interpersonal influence and its impact on the evolution of experts’ opinions. In conventional GDM models, a group of experts express ...
A Web Information System to Improve the Digital Library Service Quality
To asses the quality of the services provided by a digital library, traditional measures, such as the size of its collection, have usually been utilized. However, service quality also has to be evaluated by considering ...
An interactive decision support system based on consistency criteria.
(Old City Publishing, 2008)
A self-management mechanism for non-cooperative behaviors in large-scale group consensus reaching processes
(IEEE Xplore, 2018-03-21)
In large-scale group decision making (GDM), non-cooperative behavior in the consensus reaching process (CRP) is not unusual. For example, some individuals might form a small alliance with the aim to refuse attempts to ...
Comparing Two Approaches for Consensus Computation in Group Decision Making Problems
(IOS press, 2018-09)
In group decision making problems, the soft consensus calculus is an important topic. Soft consensus measures are utilized to show the different agreement degrees between decisors. Using the concept of coincidence we have ...