Evaluating the Airline Service Quality by Fuzzy OWA Operators
The OWA (Ordered Weighted Averaging) aggregation operators have been extensively adopted to assign the relative weights of numerous criteria. However, previous aggregation operators (including OWA) are independent of aggregation situations. To solve the problem, this study proposes a new aggregation model – dynamic fuzzy OWA operators based on situation model, which can modify the associated dynamic weight based on the aggregation situation and can work like a “magnifying lens” to enlarge the most important attribute dependent on minimal information, or can obtain equal attribute weights based on maximal information. We also apply proposed model to evaluate the service quality of airline.
KeywordsAnalytic Hierarchy Process Aggregation Operator Order Weighted Average Attribute Weight Order Weighted Average Operator
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