Some intuitionist linguistic aggregation operators

Authors

  • Pham Hong Phong Faculty of Information Technology, National University of Civil Engineering
  • Bui Cong Cuong Institute of Mathematics, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15625/1813-9663/30/3/2976

Keywords:

Linguistic aggregation, operation, intuitionistic fuzzy set

Abstract

Information aggregation is a usual task in human activity. Linguistic aggregation operators are used to aggregate information given in terms of linguistic labels. The use of linguistic labels has been posed due to the nature of the information or the habit of experts when they give assessments. In this paper, the notion of intuitionist linguistic label is first introduced. This notion may be useful in situations when evaluations of  experts are presented as two labels such that the first expresses the degree of membership, and the second expresses the degree of non-membership as in the intuitionist fuzzy theory [1, 2]. Some intuitionist linguistic aggregation operators are also proposed.

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Published

2014-08-31

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Computer Science