Linguistic Multi-Expert Decision Making Involving Semantic Overlapping

@inproceedings{Yan2010LinguisticMD,
  title={Linguistic Multi-Expert Decision Making Involving Semantic Overlapping},
  author={Hongbin Yan and Van-Nam Huynh and Yoshiteru Nakamori},
  booktitle={IUM},
  year={2010}
}
This paper presents a probabilistic model for linguistic multi-expert decision making (MEDM), which is able to deal with vague concepts in linguistic aggregation and decision-makers’ preference information in choice function. In linguistic aggregation phase, the vagueness of each linguistic judgement is captured by a possibility distribution on a set of linguistic labels. A confidence parameter is also incorporated into the basic model to model experts’ confidence degree. The basic idea of this… 

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