A Generic Framework to Include Belief Functions in Preference Handling for Multi-criteria Decision
Modelling the preferences of a decision maker about multi-criteria alternatives usually starts by collecting preference information, then used to fit a model issued from a set of hypothesis (weighted average, CP-net). This can lead to inconsistencies, due to inaccurate information provided by the decision maker or to a poor choice of hypothesis set. We propose to quantify and resolve such inconsistencies, by allowing the decision maker to express her/his certainty about the provided preferential information in the form of belief functions.
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