A Study on alliance analysis in civil aviation industry based on fuzzy landscape theory
The concept of landscape theory provides a way of thinking about the many possible ways in which elements of a system can fit together, predicting which configurations are most likely to occur, how much dissatisfaction with the outcomes is inevitable, and how the system will respond to changes in the relationship between the elements. Recently we extended landscape theory using the notion of fuzzy partitions.
In this paper we study the formation of competing alliances by companies who wish to increase their own business efficiency in the civil aviation industry. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the fuzzy landscape theory by using an airline industry case.
Key wordsLandscape theory Global alliance civil aviation Membership value
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