Distance and similarity measures for hesitant fuzzy linguistic term sets and their application in multi-criteria decision making

@article{Liao2014DistanceAS,
  title={Distance and similarity measures for hesitant fuzzy linguistic term sets and their application in multi-criteria decision making},
  author={Huchang Liao and Zeshui Xu and Xiao-Jun Zeng},
  journal={Inf. Sci.},
  year={2014},
  volume={271},
  pages={125-142}
}
The hesitant fuzzy linguistic term sets (HFLTSs), which can be used to represent an expert’s hesitant preferences when assessing a linguistic variable, increase the flexibility of eliciting and representing linguistic information. The HFLTSs have attracted a lot of attention recently due to their distinguished power and efficiency in representing uncertainty and vagueness within the process of decision making. To enhance and extend the applicability of HFLTSs, this paper investigates and… CONTINUE READING

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