Ranking by Fuzzy Weak Autocatalytic Set
A relation between objects can be presented in a form of a graph. An autocatalytic set (ACS) is a directed graph where every node has incoming link. A fuzzy weak autocatalytic set (FWACS) is introduced to handle uncertainty in a ranking. The FWACS is found to be comparable to eigenvector method (EM) and potential method (PM) for ranking purposes.
KeywordsRanking Fuzzy graph Fuzzy weak autocatalytic set
This work is supported by FRGS vote 4F756 from Ministry of High Education (MOHE) and MyBrainSc scholarship.
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