An integrated group decision-making method dealing with fuzzy preferences for alternatives and individual judgments for selection criteria

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Journal Article
Citation:
Group Decision and Negotiation, 2003, 12 (6), pp. 501 - 515
Issue Date:
2003-11-01
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Organizations often require decisions to be made by a group, and decision makers often have fuzzy preferences for alternatives and individual judgments when attempting to reach an optimal solution. In order to deal with the fuzziness of preference of decision makers, this paper proposes an integrated fuzzy group decision-making method. This method allows group members to express fuzzy preferences for alternatives and individual judgments for solution selection criteria. It also allowed for the weighting of group members. The method then aggregates these elements into a compromise group decision which is the most acceptable for the group as a whole. This method has been implemented and tested. An example is presented to illustrate the method.
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