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Average-case consistency measurement and analysis of interval-valued reciprocal preference relations
Measuring consistency of preferences is very important in decision-making. This paper addresses this key issue for interval-valued reciprocal preference relations. Existing studies implement one of two di erent measures: ...
Revisiting Fuzzy and Linguistic Decision-Making: Scenarios and Challenges for Wiser Decisions in a Better Way
This paper provides a brief tour through the main fuzzy and linguistic decision-making trends, studies, methodologies and models developed in the last 50 years. Fuzzy and linguistic decision-making approaches allow to ...
Consistency-driven methodology to manage incomplete linguistic preference relation: A perspective based on personalized individual semantics
In linguistic decision making problems there may be cased when decision makers will not be able to provide complete linguistic preference relations. However, when estimating unknown linguistic preference values in incomplete ...