Generalized OWA-TOPSIS model based on the concept of majority opinion for group decision making
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- Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 2018, 730 pp. 124 - 139
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© Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2018. In this paper, an extension of OWA-TOPSIS model by inclusion of a concept of majority opinion and generalized aggregation operators for group decision making is proposed. To achieve this objective, two fusion schemes in TOPSIS model are designed. First, an external fusion scheme to aggregate the experts’ judgments with respect to the concept of majority opinion on each criterion is proposed. Then, an internal fusion scheme of ideal and anti-ideal solutions that represents the majority of experts is proposed using the Minkowski OWA distance with the inclusion of relative importances of criteria. The advantages of the proposed model include, a consideration of soft majority concept as a group aggregator and a flexibility in applying the decision strategies for analyzing the decision making process. In addition, instead of calculate the majority opinion with respect to the individual experts’ judgments on each alternative, the proposed method takes into account the majority of experts on each criterion, in which reflects the specificity on criteria for overall decision. A numerical example is provided to demonstrate the applicability of the proposed method and comparisons are made between some aggregation operators and distance measures.
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