Now showing items 1-8 of 8
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 ...
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 ...
Consensus Reaching in Social Network Group Decision Making: Research Paradigms and Challenges
In social network group decision making (SNGDM), the consensus reaching process (CRP) is used to help decision makers with social relationships reach consensus. Many CRP studies have been conducted in SNGDM until now. This ...
On Dynamic Consensus Processes in Group Decision Making Problems
Consensus in group decision making requires discussion and deliberation between the group members with the aim to reach a decision that reflects the opinions of every group member in order for it to be acceptable by everyone. ...
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 ...
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
An overview on managing additive consistency of reciprocal preference relations for consistency-driven decision making and Fusion: Taxonomy and future directions
The reciprocal preference relation (RPR) is a powerful tool to represent decision makers’ preferences in decision making problems. In recent years, various types of RPRs have been reported and investigated, some of them ...