Analysis of consensus under intuitionistic fuzzy preferences

@inproceedings{Szmidt2001AnalysisOC,
  title={Analysis of consensus under intuitionistic fuzzy preferences},
  author={Eulalia Szmidt and Janusz Kacprzyk},
  booktitle={EUSFLAT Conf.},
  year={2001}
}
We extend the main idea of a fuzzy analysis of consensus introduced by Spillman, Spillman and Bezdek [12] that is based on a concept of a distance from consensus to a case when individual testimonies are individual intuitionistic fuzzy preference relations, as opposed to fuzzy preference relations commonly employed. Intuitionistic fuzzy preference relations, that in addition to a membership degree (from [0, I.]) include a hesitation margin (concerning the membership degree), can better reflect… CONTINUE READING

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