Sunday 21st of January 2018

Decision Making Processes Supported by Set Theoretical Approach

Sylvia Encheva

Current solutions for multi criteria decision making problems based on vague sets address static situations where a decision maker is presented with a number of alternatives and attributes. The attributes are placed in two disjoint sets related with OR operation. The first set contains several attributes related with AND operation while the second set contains a single attribute. We propose an extension of this approach that can handle situations where several decision makers are taking part in the decision making process and the second set of attributes consists of several elements.

Keywords: Set theory, multi criteria, multy person decision making.

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Sylvia Encheva
Sylvia Encheva is professor in mathematics and informatics at Stord/Haugesund University College. Her research interests are within decision support systems, non-classical logics, and fuzzy systems.

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