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See detailMeasuring inconsistency and deriving priorities from fuzzy pairwise comparison matrices using the knowledge-based consistency index
Kubler, Sylvain; Derigent, William; Voisin, Alexandre et al

in Knowledge-Based Systems (2018)

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See detailKnowledge-based Consistency Index for Fuzzy Pairwise Comparison Matrices
Kubler, Sylvain UL; Derigent, William; Voisin, Alexandre et al

in Knowledge-based Consistency Index for Fuzzy Pairwise Comparison Matrices (2017, July 10)

Abstract—Fuzzy AHP is today one of the most used Multiple Criteria Decision-Making (MCDM) techniques. The main argument to introduce fuzzy set theory within AHP lies in its ability to handle uncertainty ... [more ▼]

Abstract—Fuzzy AHP is today one of the most used Multiple Criteria Decision-Making (MCDM) techniques. The main argument to introduce fuzzy set theory within AHP lies in its ability to handle uncertainty and vagueness arising from decision makers (when performing pairwise comparisons between a set of criteria/alternatives). As humans usually reason with granular information rather than precise one, such pairwise comparisons may contain some degree of inconsistency that needs to be properly tackled to guarantee the relevance of the result/ranking. Over the last decades, several consistency indexes designed for fuzzy pairwise comparison matrices (FPCMs) were proposed, as will be discussed in this article. However, for some decision theory specialists, it appears that most of these indexes fail to be properly “axiomatically” founded, thus leading to misleading results. To overcome this, a new index, referred to as KCI (Knowledge-based Consistency Index) is introduced in this paper, and later compared with an existing index that is axiomatically well founded. The comparison results show that (i) both indexes perform similarly from a consistency measurement perspective, but (ii) KCI contributes to significantly reduce the computation time, which can save expert’s time in some MCDM problems. [less ▲]

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See detailApplication of Measurement-Based AHP to Product-Driven System Control
Derigent, William; Voisin, Alexandre; Thomas, André et al

in Borangiu, Theodor (Ed.) Service Orientation in Holonic and Multi-Agent Manufacturing (2017)

This paper presents an application of the measurements-based AHP to define a two-stage algorithm for product-driven systems control, in case of an unexpected event. This algorithm is made of two stages ... [more ▼]

This paper presents an application of the measurements-based AHP to define a two-stage algorithm for product-driven systems control, in case of an unexpected event. This algorithm is made of two stages: the first one aims to define which kind of strategy the product should adopt (wait ̧ react by it self or switch back to centralized mode) while the second one helps to choose the most appropriate resource able to fulfill the product requirements. The methodology is detailed on a simple case study. [less ▲]

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