Fuzzy information representation for decision aiding

J. Montero, D. Gómez, S. Muñoz.

In this paper we want to stress the relevance of decision aid procedures in complex decision making problems and claim for an extra effort in order to develop appropriate representation tools when fuzzy criteria or objectives are present. In particular, we point out how some painting algorithms may help decision makers to understand problems subject to fuzziness based upon a graphical first approach, like Statistics use to do. Moreover, we point out that although the standard communication tool with machines are either data or words, we should also consider certain families of graphics for such a role, mainly for the output.

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