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|Personalized individual semantics based on consistency in hesitant linguistic group decision making with comparative linguistic expressions
Rodriguez, Rosa M.
|In decision making problems, decision makers may prefer to use more flexible linguistic expressions in- stead of using only one linguistic term to express their preferences. The recent proposals of hesitant fuzzy linguistic terms sets (HFLTSs) are developed to support the elicitation of comparative linguistic expressions in hesitant decision situations. In group decision making (GDM), the statement that words mean different things for different people has been highlighted and it is natural that a word should be defined by individual semantics described by different numerical values. Considering this statement in hesitant linguistic decision making, the aim of this paper is to personalize individual semantics in the hesitant GDM with comparative linguistic expressions to show the individual difference in understanding the meaning of words. In our study, the personalized individual semantics are carried out by the fuzzy envelopes of HFLTSs based on the personalized numerical scales of linguistic term set.
|Group decision making
Hesitant fuzzy linguistic term sets
Comparative linguistic expressions
Personalized individual semantics
|The work was partly supported by the grant (No. 71571124 ) from NSF of China, the Spanish National research project TIN2015- 66524-P and Spanish Ministry of Economy and Finance Postdoctoral fellow ( IJCI-2015-23715 ) and ERDF
|C.C. Li, R.M. Rodríguez, L. Martínez, Y. Dong, F. Herrera. Personalized individual semantics based on consistency in hesitant linguistic group decision making with comparative linguistic expressions. Knowledge-Based Systems, vol. 145, pp. 156-165, 2018.
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