FUZZY COMPARATIVE CONCORDANCE ANALYSIS. Proposal and evaluation by a case study
Antonio Morillas (),
Bárbara Díaz and
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Bárbara Díaz: Universidad de Málaga
Jesús González: Universidad de Málaga
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In this paper it is proposed a fuzzy multiple attribute analysis, that we have called comparative concordance, as a help instrument to the decision-making process in an environment of lack of precise information as it generally is the decision-making in regional planning. Through an application to the selection of proceeding programs of the Environmental Plan of Andalusia, 1995-2000, it will be compared to other methods.
Keywords: fuzzy sets; multiple attribute decision; environmental planning (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: R (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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