Volume 56, Number 3, May-June 2022
Decision and Optimization in Service, Control and Engineering (CoDIT2019-DOSCE)
|Page(s)||1491 - 1501|
|Published online||13 June 2022|
An extension of the FLOWSORT method based on intuitionistic fuzzy set theory to solve Multicriteria Decision Making problems
Research Unit “Logistics, Industrial Management and Quality” (LOGIQ), University of Sfax, Higher Institute of Industrial Management of Sfax, Tunis Road km 10.5, 3021 Sfax, Tunisia
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Accepted: 5 February 2022
Multiple attribute decision analysis (MADA) is an important part of the modern decision science. In fact, it has been increasingly used in the literature. Therefore, the study of sorting problems is an active research topic in the multiple criteria decision aid (MCDA) area. Although, it is difficult to quantitatively and precisely express the evaluation criteria to solve real-life sorting problems. To solve this fuzziness and vagueness, the intuitionistic fuzzy set (IFS) theory achieved great success in various recent researches. Therefore, this paper presents a novel extension of the FlowSort method, which is a PROMETHEE-based sorting method, based on the intuitionistic fuzzy set theory. To clarify this new extension, an illustrative example and an empirical comparison with other MCDM methods are presented.
Mathematics Subject Classification: 90B50
Key words: Multicriteria Decision Making / sorting problems / Intuitionistic Fuzzy Set / FlowSort method
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