Niels Charlier

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In decision making, it is sometimes more appropriate to express what has to be rejected rather than what is permitted. Moreover, permitted and rejected cases do not necessarily have to mirror each other, which is called heterogeneous bipolarity. To efficiently deal with heterogeneous bipolarity in decision making, a new <i>bipolar criteria satisfaction</i>(More)
In this paper a new method is proposed for automating quality control and actualisation of spatial information using image data. A new model for imperfect geographic information is explored for this purpose: a twofold fuzzy region model; which is an extension of both the fuzzy region model and the egg/yolk model. This model is used to interpret spatial(More)
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