APPLICATION OF FUZZY ELECTRE METHOD WITH TRAPEZOIDAL FUZZY NUMBERS
The article is devoted to the problem of multi-criteria decision-making. Methods for solving this problem can be divided into two large groups:
methods using the aggregation of all alternatives according to all criteria and the solution of the resulting single-criterion problem. The second group is
associated with the procedure of pairwise comparisons and stepwise aggregation. The first group includes methods: weighted average sum,
product and their various modifications, the second group includes - AHP, ELECTRE, TOPSIS, PROMETHEE, ELECTRE. For many problems
assessment of the criteria implemented by experts and presented in linguistic form. The effective approach for dealing with linguistic information is fuzzy
set theory proposed by L. Zadeh. In this paper is proposed fuzzy ELECTRE method. This method is presented in details. As application problem is used
the equipment selection problem The issues of practical implementation of this method are discussed in details. The results of the solution test problem at all stages are presented.
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