Computing With Words for Hierarchical Decision Making Applied to Evaluating a Weapon System

@article{Wu2010ComputingWW,
  title={Computing With Words for Hierarchical Decision Making Applied to Evaluating a Weapon System},
  author={Dongrui Wu and Jerry M. Mendel},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems},
  year={2010},
  volume={18},
  pages={441-460}
}
The perceptual computer (Per-C) is an architecture that makes subjective judgments by computing with words (CWWs). This paper applies the Per-C to hierarchical decision making, which means decision making based on comparing the performance of competing alternatives, where each alternative is first evaluated based on hierarchical criteria and subcriteria, and then, these alternatives are compared to arrive at either a single winner or a subset of winners. What can make this challenging is that… CONTINUE READING
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