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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 ...
Dynamics of public opinions in an online and offline social network
With the development of the information and Internet technology, public opinions with big data will rapidly emerge in an online-offline social network, and an inefficient management of public opinions often will lead to ...
Consensus Reaching with Time Constraints and Minimum Adjustments in Group with Bounded Confidence Effects
In the bounded confidence model it is widely known that individuals rely on the opinions of their close friends or people with similar interests. Meanwhile, the decision maker always hopes that the opinions of individuals ...
Impact of Decision Rules and Non-Cooperative Behaviors on Minimum Consensus Cost in Group Decision Making
In group decision making (GDM), it is sensible to achive minimum consensus cost (MCC) because the consensus reaching process (CRP) resources are often limited. In this endeavour, though, there are still two issues that ...
An optimal feedback model to prevent manipulation behaviours in consensus under social network group decision making
(IEEE Xplore, 2020-04-06)
A novel framework to prevent manipulation behaviour in consensus reaching process under social network group decision making is proposed, which is based on a theoretically sound optimal feedback model. The manipulatio ...