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Title: A proportional linguistic distribution based model for multiple attribute decision making under linguistic uncertainty
Authors: Wen Tao Guo
Van Nam Huynh
Songsak Sriboonchitta
Keywords: Decision Sciences
Issue Date: 1-Sep-2017
Abstract: © 2016, Springer Science+Business Media New York. This paper aims at developing a proportional fuzzy linguistic distribution model for multiple attribute decision making problems, which is based on the nature of symbolic linguistic model combined with distributed assessments. Particularly, in this model the evaluation on attributes of alternatives is represented by distributions on the linguistic term set used as an instrument for assessment. In addition, this new model is also able to deal with incomplete linguistic assessments so that it allows evaluators to avoid the dilemma of having to supply complete assessments when not available. As for aggregation and ranking problems of proportional fuzzy linguistic distributions, the extension of conventional aggregation operators as well as the expected utility in this proportional fuzzy linguistic distribution model are also examined. Finally, the proposed model will be illustrated with an application in product evaluation.
ISSN: 15729338
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