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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 ...
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 ...
An Incremental Method to Detect Communities in Evolving Social Networks
Detecting communities in dynamic evolving networks is of great interest. It has received tremendous attention from researchers. One promising solution is to update communities incrementally taking the historical information ...
A new influence based network for opinion propagation in social network based scenarios
Thanks to the expansive development of the Internet based technologies the on-line communities in which millions of users interact in real time is living and apogee. Leverage these networks as tools to carry out massive ...
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 ...
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
A Fuzzy Linguistic Methodology to Deal With Unbalanced Linguistic Term Sets
Many real problems dealing with qualitative aspects use linguistic approaches to assess such aspects. In most of these problems, a uniform and symmetrical distribution of the linguistic term sets for linguistic modeling ...
Average-case consistency measurement and analysis of interval-valued reciprocal preference relations
Measuring consistency of preferences is very important in decision-making. This paper addresses this key issue for interval-valued reciprocal preference relations. Existing studies implement one of two di erent measures: ...
A Mobile Decision Support System for Dynamic Group Decision-Making Problems
The aim of this paper is to present a decision support system model with two important characteristic: 1) mobile technologies are applied in the decision process and 2) the set of alternatives is not fixed over time to ...