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Fuzzy Rankings for Preferences Modeling in Group Decision Making
Although fuzzy preference relations (FPRs) are among the most commonly used preference models in group decision making (GDM), they are not free from drawbacks. First of all, especially when dealing with many alternatives, ...
A minimum adjustment cost feedback mechanism based consensus model for group decision making under social network with distributed linguistic trust
A theoretical feedback mechanism framework to model consensus in social network group decision making (SN-GDM) is proposed with following two main components: (1) the modelling of trust relationship with linguistic ...
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 Comparative Study on Consensus Measures in Group Decision Making
In group decision making problems it is desirable to obtain a high level of consensus among experts before reaching a solution. It is customary to construct consensus measures by using similarity functions to quantify the ...
An interaction consensus in group decision making under distributed trust information
(IOS Press, 2017)
A theoretical interaction consensus model in group decision making with distributed linguistic trust information is proposed. To do that, the concept of distributed linguists trust function (DLTF) is defined, and then the ...