This paper is interested in the question of multi objective decision making using fuzzy sets. In particular, we introduce a methodology in which a decision maker can modulate a decision function by some measure of his satisfaction with this function. We also discuss the question of selecting a most preferred fuzzy subset over the unit interval.
KeywordsDecision Maker Linguistic Variable Preference Function Decision Function Fuzzy Subset
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