Induced Heavy Moving Averages
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- International Journal of Intelligent Systems, 2018, 33 (9), pp. 1823 - 1839
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© 2017 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. This paper presents the induced heavy ordered weighted moving average (IHOWMA) operator. It is an aggregation operator that uses the main characteristics of three well-known techniques: the moving average, induced operator, and heavy aggregation operator. This operator provides a parameterized family of aggregation operators that include the minimum, the maximum, and total operator as special cases. It can be used in a selection process, considering that not all decision makers have the same knowledge and expectations of the future. The main properties of this operator are studied including a wide range of families of IHOWMA operators, such as the heavy ordered weighted moving average operator and uncertain induced heavy ordered weighted moving average operator. The IHOWMA operator is also extended using generalized and quasi-arithmetic means. An example in an investment selection process is also presented.
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