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A Feedback Mechanism Based on Granular Computing to Improve Consensus in GDM
(Springer International Publishing, 2017-07-02)
Group decision making is an important task in real world activities. It consists in obtaining the best solution to a particular problem according to the opinions given by a set of decision makers. In such a situation, an ...
Type-1 OWA Unbalanced Fuzzy Linguistic Aggregation Methodology. Application to Eurobonds Credit Risk Evaluation
In decision making, a widely used methodology to manage unbalanced fuzzy linguistic information is the linguistic hierarchy (LH), which relies on a linguistic symbolic computational model based on ordinal 2-tuple linguistic ...
Challenges and Open Questions in Soft Consensus Models
In group decision making problems, given the importance of obtaining an accepted solution by the whole group, the consensus has attained a great attention and it is virtually a major goal of these problems. Consensus, as ...
GDMR A new framework in R to suppot Fuzzy Group Decision Making processes
This is a summary of our article published in Information Science  to be part of the MultiConference CAEPIA'15 KeyWorks.
Analyzing 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 ...
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. ...
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 ...
An alternative calculation of the consensus degree in group decision making problems
In a problem of group decision-making it is desirable to obtain a solution with the highest possible degree of agreement –consensus- among the participants. For this aim, it is necessary to have tools that facilitate the ...