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Dealing with Incomplete Information in Linguistic Group Decision Making by Means of Interval Type-2 Fuzzy Sets
Nowadays in the social network based decision making processes, as the ones involved in e-commerce and e-democracy, multiple users with di erent backgrounds may take part and diverse alternatives might be involved. This ...
Confidence based Consensus Model for Intuitionistic Fuzzy Preference relations
Intuitionistic fuzzy preference relation are gaining increasing relevance in the field of group decision making as they provide experts to allocate the uncertainty inherent in their proposed opinions. A key issue in this ...
Consistency based completion approaches of incomplete preference relations in uncertain decision contexts.
Uncertainty, hesitation and vagueness are inherent to human beings when articulating opinions and preferences. Therefore in decision making situations it might well be the case that experts are unable to express their ...
Confidence Based Consensus in Environments with High Uncertainty and Incomplete Information
(IOS Press, 2017)
With the incorporation of web 2.0 frameworks the complexity of decision making situations has exponentially increased, involving in many cases many experts, and a potentially huge number of different alternatives, leading ...
A review on trust propagation and opinion dynamics in social networks and group decision making frameworks
On-line platforms foster the communication capabilities of the Internet to develop large-scale influence networks in which the quality of the interactions can be evaluated based on trust and reputation. So far, this ...
A New Selection Process Based on Granular Computing for Group Decision Making Problems
(Springer International Publishing Switzerland, 2015-05)
In Group Decision Making, there are situations in which the decision makers may not be able to provide his/her opinions properly and they could contain contradictions. To avoid it, in this contribution, we present a new ...
GDM-VieweR: A new tool in R to visualize the evolution of fuzzy consensus processes
With the incorporation of web 2.0 frameworks the complexity of decision making situations has exponentially increased, involving in many cases many experts, and a huge number of different alternatives. In the literature ...
A social network based approach for consensus achievement in multiperson decision making
Nowadays we are living the apogee of the Internet based technologies and consequently web 2.0 communities, where a large number of users interact in real time and share opinions and knowledge, is a generalized phenomenon. ...
Intelligent m-Health App to Evaluate the Elderly Physical Condition
The age of the population in the developed countries is increasing as well as the life expectancy for this population. This suppose a challenge for the health care system that requires of new tools to be able to face the ...
GDMR A new framework in R to suppot Fuzzy Group Decision Making processes
This is a summary of our article published in Information Science  to be part of the MultiConference CAEPIA'15 KeyWorks.