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Linguistic-labels aggregation and consensus measure for autocratic decision making using group recommendations
By introducing a new linguistic-labels aggregation operation, a procedure for handling an autocratic group decision-making process under linguistic assessments is presented and results in two consequent outcomes: a group-based recommendation, and a score for each expert, reflecting the expert's contribution towards the group recommendation.
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- BiologyJournal of mathematical biology
- 15 April 2016
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