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Fuzzy Measure of National Sustainable Development Aggregate Index

  • Gorkhmaz Imanov
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Part of the Studies in Systems, Decision and Control book series (SSDC, volume 125)

Abstract

In this paper is proposed fuzzy measure of national sustainable development aggregate index (NSDAI) taking into account the sub-indices of economic, social and environmental sustainability at the example of Azerbaijan Republic. In order to measure sub-indices we use instruments of intuitionistic fuzzy set, generalized entropy measure of intuitionistic fuzzy set, L. Zadeh’s composite rules of inferences, algorithm of the weighted rules. Next, using the fuzzy method of forgotten effects proposed by A. Kaufman and J. Gil-Aluja, relations between socioeconomic indicators have been analyzed.

Keywords

Economical sustainable index Diversification level index Financial stability index Social sustainability index Social quality index Human capital index Ecological quality index Green economy index National sustainable development aggregate index 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Laboratory of Fuzzy ModellingInstitute of Control Systems, Azerbaijan National Academy of ScienceBaku CityAzerbaijan

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