A Political Scenario Faced by a New Evaluation of Intuitionistic Fuzzy Quantities
We deal with the problem of evaluating and ranking intuitionistic fuzzy quantitities (IFQs). We call IFQ an intuitionistic fuzzy set (IFS) described by a pair of fuzzy quantities, where a fuzzy quantity is defined as the union of two, or more, generalized fuzzy numbers. We suggest an evaluation defined by a pair index based on “value” & “ambiguity” and a ranking method based on them.
KeywordsIntuitionistic fuzzy sets Intuitionistic fuzzy numbers Ranking Defuzzification Ambiguity Opinion poll
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