Javad J. Jassbi

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Multiple Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) models make preference decisions over multiple attributes' alternatives available, which in most of the cases conflict among themselves. On the other hand, the classic MCDM model assumes that the decision maker has a pre-defined fixed set of criteria, when taking a decision, and is presented with a clear picture of(More)
— In this paper a fuzzy model based on Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS) is introduced for calculating the level of risk in managerial problems. In this model, affecting factors on the level of risk are considered as inputs and the level of risk as the output. Using the fuzzy model, the risky condition changes smoothly in a fuzzy environment as(More)