Solution Models based on Symmetric and Asymmetric Information

This Special Issue covers symmetry and asymmetry phenomena occurring in real-life problems. We invited authors to submit their theoretical or experimental research presenting engineering and economic problem solution models dealing with the symmetry or asymmetry of different types of information. Th...

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Main Author: Antuchevi?ien?, Jurgita
Other Authors: Turskis, Zenonas, Zavadskas, Edmundas Kazimieras
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: MDPI - Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute 2019
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653 |a data logger 
653 |a interval type-2 fuzzy set (IT2FS) 
653 |a IDOCRIW 
653 |a public management 
653 |a transport 
653 |a sensor 
653 |a hybrid MCDM 
653 |a performance 
653 |a MCDM 
653 |a subjective weights 
653 |a green supplier selection 
653 |a oscillations 
653 |a measurement 
653 |a fuzzy efficiency 
653 |a History of engineering and technology / bicssc 
653 |a the criteria of the weights 
653 |a criteria weight assessment 
653 |a FAHP 
653 |a population sizes 
653 |a Bayes' theorem 
653 |a green supply chain management 
653 |a data envelopment analysis 
653 |a group decision-making 
653 |a multiple-criteria decision-making (MCDM) 
653 |a full fuzzy environment 
653 |a criteria weights 
653 |a multi-criteria decision-making (MCDM) 
653 |a rough ARAS 
653 |a pattern formation 
653 |a salvage value 
653 |a quadcopter 
653 |a combining the weights 
653 |a Z-numbers 
653 |a excess-of-loss reinsurance 
653 |a transaction cost 
653 |a optimal dividend 
653 |a fuzzy sets 
653 |a logistics 
653 |a thrust 
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653 |a control system 
653 |a Step-wise Weight Assessment Ratio Analysis (SWARA) 
653 |a stability 
653 |a Bonferroni mean (BM) operator 
653 |a nonlinear dynamics 
653 |a backward cloud transformation 
653 |a normal cloud 
653 |a Pythagorean fuzzy set 
653 |a generalized Bonferroni mean (GBM) operator 
653 |a economic decisions 
653 |a MCGDM 
653 |a evaluating the quality of distant courses 
653 |a multiple attribute decision making (MADM) 
653 |a rough sets 
653 |a neutrosophic numbers 
653 |a dual generalized Bonferroni mean (DGBM) operator 
653 |a probabilistic systems analysis 
653 |a hybrid problem solution models 
653 |a dual generalized geometric Bonferroni mean (DGGBM) operator 
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520 |a This Special Issue covers symmetry and asymmetry phenomena occurring in real-life problems. We invited authors to submit their theoretical or experimental research presenting engineering and economic problem solution models dealing with the symmetry or asymmetry of different types of information. The issue gained interest in the research community and received many submissions. After rigorous scientific evaluation by editors and reviewers, nine papers were accepted and published. The authors proposed different MADM and MODM solution models as integrated tools to find a balance between the components of sustainable global development, to find a symmetry axis concerning goals, risks, and constraints to cope with the complicated problems. Most approaches suggested decision models under uncertainty, combining the usual decision-making methods with interval-valued fuzzy or rough sets theory, also Z numbers. The application fields of the proposed models involved both problems of technological sciences and social sciences. The papers cover three essential areas: engineering, economy, and management. We hope that a summary of the Special Issue as provided here will encourage a detailed analysis of the papers included in the Printed Edition.