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Improving consistency in fuzzy preference relations with an allocation of information granularity
(IOS Press, 2014-09)
An important issue to bear in mind in Group Decision Making situations is that of consistency. However, the expression of consistent preferences is often a very difficult task for the decision makers, specially in decision ...
Confidence-consistency driven group decision making approach with incomplete reciprocal intuitionistic preference relations
Intuitionistic preference relations constitute a flexible and simple representation format of experts’ preference on a set of alternative options, while at the same time allowing to accommodate degrees of hesitation inherent ...
Fuzzy decision making and consensus: challenges
(IOS Press, 2015-10)
Group decision making is part of every organizational life. It is a type of participatory process in which multiple decision makers acting collectively, analyze problems, consider and evaluate several alternatives, and ...
Consistency based estimation of fuzzy linguistic preferences. The case of reciprocal intuitionistic fuzzy preference relations
The decision-making assumption of all experts being able to express their preferences on all available alternatives of a decision-making problem might be considered unrealistic. This is specially true when the number of ...