On Incomplete Fuzzy and Multiplicative Preference Relations In Multi-Person Decision Making
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AuteurUreña, Raquel; Chiclana Parrilla, Francisco; Alonso Burgos, Sergio; Morente Molinera, Juan Antonio; Herrera Viedma, Enrique
Group decision makingGDMIncomplete informationFuzzy preference relations (APR)Multiplicative preference relations (MPR)
Ureña, R., Chiclana, F., Alonso, S., Morente-Molinera, J. A., & Herrera-Viedma, E. (2014). On Incomplete Fuzzy and Multiplicative Preference Relations in Multi-Person Decision Making. Procedia Computer Science, 31, 793-801. [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2014.05.329]
PatrocinadorFEDER funds in FUZZYLING-II Project TIN2010- 17876; Andalusian Excellence Projects TIC-05299 and TIC-5991; Mobility grant program awarded by the University of Granada ’s International Office
Rapid changes in the business environment such us the globalization as well as the increasing necessity to make crucial decisions involving a huge range of alternatives in short period of time or even in real time have made that computerized group decision support systems become very useful tools. However in the majority of the cases the panel of experts cannot provide all the information about their preferences due to different reasons such as lack of knowledge, time etc. Therefore different approaches have been presented to deal with the missing preferences in group decision making contexts. In this paper we review and analyse the state-of-the-art research efforts carried out on this topic for incomplete fuzzy preference relations and multiplicative preference relations.