Two-Tuple Linguistic Preference Relations
In decision makings involving multiple attributes, terms used for linguistic evaluations, such as outstanding, good, and poor, are difficult to deal with in terms of quantitative models. The evaluations of these terms are often transformed into mathematical symbols (variables). In recent years, a great amount of attentions have been attracted to the decision making analysis of linguistic variables (Fan, and Jiang, 2003, 2004; Xu, 2004e,2005b,2005c; Chen and Fan, 2004; Hou and Wu, 2005a, 2005b; Jiang and Fan, 2003; Chen and Fan,2004; Herrera, 2001; Herrera, Herrera, and Martinez, 2000; Herrera and Martinez, 2000; 2001a; 2001b; Delgado, Herrera, and Herrera, 2002; Herrera, Martinez, and Sanchez, 2005; Wang and Fan, 2003; You, Fan, and Li, 2005;Gong, 2007; Gong and Liu, 2007c, Hou and Wu,2005b).
KeywordsLinguistic Term Decision Alternative Linguistic Information Preference Matrix Fuzzy Preference Relation
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