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A new ER-MCDA mapping for decision-making based on imperfect information

Abstract : The Evidential Reasoning for Multi Criteria Decision Analysis (ER-MCDA) is based on a mapping process transforming a possibility distribution into a Bayesian basic belief assignment (BBA) related to a qualitative frame of discernement (FoD). Each element of the FoD is a fuzzy set. A new improved mapping method is proposed to get a final potentially non-Bayesian BBA on the FoD. We apply it to assess the stability of protective check dams against torrential floods given their imprecise scouring rate.
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S. Carladous, J.M. Tacnet, J. Dezert, G. Dupouy, M. Batton-Hubert. A new ER-MCDA mapping for decision-making based on imperfect information. Belief Functions: Theory and Applications 4th International Conference, BELIEF 2016, Sep 2016, Prague, Czech Republic. pp.10. ⟨hal-02605950⟩



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