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Integrating three representation models in fuzzy multipurpose decision making based on fuzzy preference relations

Integrating three representation models in fuzzy multipurpose decision making based on fuzzy preference relations,10.1016/S0165-0114(96)00339-9,Fuzzy

Integrating three representation models in fuzzy multipurpose decision making based on fuzzy preference relations   (Citations: 264)
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The purpose of this paper is to study a fuzzy multipurpose decision making problem, where the information about the alternatives provided by the experts can be of a diverse nature. the information can be represented by means of preference orderings, utility functions and fuzzy preference relations, and our objective is to establish a general model which cover all possible representations. Firstly, we must make the information uniform, using fuzzy preference relations as uniform preference context. Secondly, we present some selection processes for multiple preference relations based on the concept of fuzzy majority. Fuzzy majority is represented by a fuzzy quantifier, and applied in the aggregation, by means of an OWA operator whose weights are calculated by the fuzzy quantifier. We use two quantifier guided choice degrees of alternatives, a dominance degree used to quantify the dominance that one alternative has over all the others, in a fuzzy majority sense, and a non dominance degree, that generalises Orlovski's non dominated alternative concept. The application of the two above choice degrees can be carried out according to two different selection processes, a sequential selection process and a conjunction selection process.
Journal: Fuzzy Sets and Systems - FSS , vol. 97, no. 1, pp. 33-48, 1998
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