On Solving Some Types of Multiple Attribute Decision-Making Problems
The paper considers various MADM problems with different attributes, including stochastic, fuzzy, numerical (cardinal) attributes. Some known MADM problems are presented and procedures to transform different problems into cardinal ones are proposed. For analysing stochastic and fuzzy MADM problems, informational measures as entropy and informational energy are used. Finally, a computer dedicated package is presented and an application is mentioned.
Volume (Year): (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (March)
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