A way to deal with fuzzy preferences in multi-criteria decision problems
Siskos, Jean (1982), A way to deal with fuzzy preferences in multi-criteria decision problems, European Journal of Operational Research, 10, 3, p. 314-324. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0377-2217(82)90230-2
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Abstract (EN)This paper presents a special multiple criteria decision making approach for solving problems in context with fuzzy individual preferences. At first we briefly expose the proposed methodology. The individual preferences are explicitly given by a complete transitive relation R on a set of reference actions. The modelling of the decision-maker's preferences is obtained by means of fuzzy outranking relations. These fuzzy relations are based on a system of additive utility functions which are estimated by means of ordinal regression methods analysing the preference relation R. This is followed by a presentation of two real multicriteria problems which the proposed methodology has been applied to, i.e. a highway plan choice problem and a problem in marketing research dealing with the launching of a new product. In each application we tried to specify this method according to the specific structure of the problem considered.
Subjects / Keywordsmulti-criteria decision
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