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Title of paper: Intuitionistic fuzzy sets in group decision making
Author(s):
Eulalia Szmidt
Systems Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences
Janusz Kacprzyk
Systems Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences
kacprzykAt sign.pngibspan.waw.pl
Published in: "Notes on IFS", Volume 2 (1996) Number 1, pages 15—32
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Abstract: The determination of solutions in group decision making via intuitionistic fuzzy sets is considered. The point of departure is a collection of individual intuitionistic fuzzy preference relations. We also assume a (traditional) fuzzy majority equated with a fuzzy linguistic quantifier. A solution is derived either directly from the individual intuitionistic fuzzy preference relations or by constructing first a social intuitionistic fuzzy preference relation. Two solution concepts are proposed, the intuitionistic fuzzy core and consensus winner.
Keywords: Group decision making, fuzzy preference relations, intuitionistic fuzzy preference relations, core, consensus winner.
AMS Classification: 0ЗЕ72
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