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Title Locational choice modelling using fuzzy decision tables
Author G. Wets
F.J.A. Witlox
H.J.P. Timmermans
J. Vanthienen
Year of publication 1996
In New frontiers in fuzzy logic and computing : 1996 biennial conference of the North American fuzzy information processing society - NAFIPS, Berkeley, June 19-22, 1996 / Ed. M.H. Smith. - New York : IEEE, 1996. - ISBN 0-7803-3225-3. - p. 80-84
Abstract Proposes a method to solve qualitative locational choice problems using fuzzy decision tables as a matching model. Firstly, the technique of crisp decision tables is explained, and their use in locational choice problems is advocated. Subsequently, fuzzy extensions of decision tables are defined. Next, using a brief example, it is shown that fuzzy decision tables can be used efficiently for evaluating business location problems. The proposed method is supported by PROLOGA, an interactive rule-based design tool for decision table construction, optimization and manipulation
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