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A Survey on Multiobjective Decision Making on Vague Sets

Rupali Rajput, Vivek Jain

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This paper provides report of a survey on the vague sets and also multiobjective decision making. As a further fuzzy set theory generalization, the vague set theory can overcome the fuzzy set shortcomings through defining the membership from two different sides of both FALSE and TRUE, rather than only through a value of a single membership. MCDM approach has evolved to accommodate numerous application types. Methods dozens have been developed, with even small variations in the existing approach causing the creation of research of new branches. The MCDM analysis approach performed in this paper provides a clear guide for how MCDM methods should be used in specific situations.

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Rupali Rajput, Vivek Jain. A survey on multiobjective decision making on vague sets. Journal of Advanced Database Management & Systems. 2016; 3(1): 1–8p.


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Data mining, vague sets, fuzzy sets, multiobjective decision making

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