On the use of multiplicative consistency in hesitant fuzzy linguistic preference relations

@article{Zhang2014OnTU,
  title={On the use of multiplicative consistency in hesitant fuzzy linguistic preference relations},
  author={Zhiming Zhang and Chong Wu},
  journal={Knowl.-Based Syst.},
  year={2014},
  volume={72},
  pages={13-27}
}
As a new preference structure, the hesitant fuzzy linguistic preference relation (HFLPR) was recently introduced by Rodríguez, Martínez, and Herrera to efficiently address situations in which the decision makers (DMs) are hesitant about several possible linguistic terms for the preference degrees over paired comparisons of alternatives. In this paper, we define the multiplicative consistency of HFLPRs to ensure that the DMs are being neither random nor illogical, and propose a characterization… CONTINUE READING

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