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Title of paper: On intuitionistic fuzzy consent rules
Author(s):
Dinko Dimitrov
Graduate College "Allocation Theory, Economic Policy, and Collective Decisions", Ruhr-University Bochum / University Dortmund
Presented at: 5th ICIFS, Sofia, 22-23 Sept. 2001
Published in: Conference proceedings, "Notes on IFS", Volume 7 (2001) Number 4, pages 65-69
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Abstract: In this note we define a consent rule of level (α,β) with consent quotas s and t which

have the following meaning: someone's view about oneself as a qualified/unqualified person is collectively confirmed if there are at least s individuals who think that this person is higher qualified than α and at least t individuals who think that this person is less unqualified than β.

Keywords: Intuitionistic fuzzy sets, Consent rules
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