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Are incomplete and self-confident preference relations better in multicriteria decision making? 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 ...
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 ...
A Self-Management Mechanism to Manage Non-cooperative Behaviors in LGDM-Based Supply Chain Risk Mitigation
(IEEE Xplore, 2019-01-17)
Large-scale group decision making (LGDM) is becoming more and more common, and how to assure the security and quality of the decision making process has become a hot topic. Supply chain risk mitigation is a complex LGDM ...
Consensus Reaching with Time Constraints and Minimum Adjustments in Group with Bounded Confidence Effects
In the bounded confidence model it is widely known that individuals rely on the opinions of their close friends or people with similar interests. Meanwhile, the decision maker always hopes that the opinions of individuals ...
A Personalized Feedback Mechanism based on Bounded Confidence to Support Consensus Reaching in Group Decision Making
Different feedback mechanisms have been reported in consensus reaching models to provide advices for preference adjustment to assist decision makers to improve their consensus levels. However, most feedback mechanisms do ...