Aggregation Operators for Fuzzy Rationality Measures
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Fuzzy rationality measures represent a particular class of aggregation operators. Following the axiomatic approach developed in [1,3,4,5] rationality of fuzzy preferences may be seen as a fuzzy property of fuzzy preferences. Moreover, several rationality measures can be aggregated into a global rationality measure. We will see when and how this can be done. We will also comment upon the feasibility of their use in real life applications. Indeed, some of the rationality measures proposed, though intuitively (and axiomatically) sound, appear to be quite complex from a computational point of view.
Keywordsaggregation rules fuzzy preferences decision making.
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