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Dynamics of public opinions in an online and offline social network
With the development of the information and Internet technology, public opinions with big data will rapidly emerge in an online-offline social network, and an inefficient management of public opinions often will lead to ...
Multiple attribute strategic weight manipulation with minimum cost in a group decision making context with interval attribute weights information
In multiple attribute decision making (MADM), strategic weight manipulation is understood as a deliberate manipulation of attribute weights setting to achieve a desired ranking of alternatives. In this paper, we study the ...
Strategic weight manipulation in multiple attribute decision making
In some real-world multiple attribute decision making (MADM) problems, a decision maker can strategically set attribute weights to obtain her/his desired ranking of alternatives, which is called the strategic weight ...
An opinion control rule with minimum adjustments to support the consensus reaching in bounded confidence model
Opinion dynamics provides a modeling tool for the public opinion management. The existing studies mainly focused on building the evolution model of opinions. However, the control of public opinions has been a key problem ...
Editorial - Special issue on intelligent decision support systems based on soft computing and their applications in real-world problems
Editorial of Special issue on intelligent decision support systems based on soft computing and their applications in real-world problems
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 ...