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Soft consensus models in group decision making
In group decision making problems, when a consensual solution is required, a natural question is how to measure the closeness among experts’ opinions in order to obtain the consensus level. To do so, different approaches ...
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 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 ...
Analyzing highly cited papers in Intelligent Transportation Systems
Citation classics offer an outlook on those papers that have attracted great and historical interest by a research community and that could be also considered the basis of the research field. A new approach, which is called ...
A novel group decision making method to overcome the Web 2.0 challenges
(IEEE Xplore, 2015)
With the appearance of Web 2.0 technologies, the way Internet is conceived has dramatically changed. Internet users have begun to perform a more active role in providing and sharing the information available on the Web. ...
An Analysis on Consensus Measures in Group Decision Making
In Group Decision Making (GDM) problems before to obtain a solution a high level of consensus among experts is required. Consensus measures are usually built using similarity functions measuring how close experts’ opinions ...