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EDAS method for multiple attribute group decision making under q-rung orthopair fuzzy environment

    Zengxian Li Affiliation
    ; Guiwu Wei Affiliation
    ; Rui Wang Affiliation
    ; Jiang Wu Affiliation
    ; Cun Wei Affiliation
    ; Yu Wei Affiliation

Abstract

Extended q-rung orthopair fuzzy sets (q-ROFSs) is an excellent tool to depict the qualitative assessing information in multiple attribute group decision making (MAGDM) environments. The EDAS method is very effective especially when the conflicting attributes exist in the MAGDM issues in which the optimal alternative should have the biggest value of PDAS and the smallest value of NDAS. In this paper, we put forward the EDAS method for MAGDM issues under q-ROFSs, which makes use of average solution (AS) for assessing the chosen alternatives. The positive distance from AS (PDAS) and negative distance from AS (NDAS) is derived through the score of q-ROFSs. Then, the sorting order or the optimal alternative can be acquired by computing integrative appraisal score. Finally, a numerical example for buying a refrigerator is given to testify our developed EDAS method and some comparative analysis are also raised to further show the precious merits of this method.


First published online 27 November 2019

Keyword : multiple attribute group decision making (MAGDM), q-rung orthopair fuzzy sets (q-ROFSs), EDAS method, q-ROFHA operator, q-ROFHG operator, refrigerator

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Li, Z., Wei, G., Wang, R., Wu, J., Wei, C., & Wei, Y. (2020). EDAS method for multiple attribute group decision making under q-rung orthopair fuzzy environment. Technological and Economic Development of Economy, 26(1), 86-102. https://doi.org/10.3846/tede.2019.11333
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