The evaluation scores of each criterion and the integration are given by decision makers, respectively. Owing to the heavy time-pressure in real time decision-making, decision makers may have different judgment abilities, which reflects the instability and inconsistent weight of criteria and scores. It will lead to the unreliable results. To rank alternatives more rational, the consistency of decision makers is considered. The paper aims to discuss these issues.
First, the weight estimation model of the criteria is developed to find the dynamic change and the inconsistency of decision makers, which is based on the objects of weight stability and the consistency measured by the distance between scores of each criterion and the integration. Following that, scores of alternatives given by each decision maker are modified according to the requirement of stability and consistency of the decision-making. In addition, the weight of decision makers is deduced based on the self-consistency and group's similarity that measured by grey close relationship. In the last, the score of alternatives can be modified according to the weight of the decision maker and criteria, and then, alternatives can be ranked via the final score.
The self-adaptation evaluation method is suggested in real time decision-making environment.
Its application step and feasibility is showed via a real decision-making problem.
This work was partly supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Project No. 70701017, 71171112).
Zhu, J. (2013), "Self-adaptation evaluation method in real time dynamics decision-making system based on grey close relationship", Grey Systems: Theory and Application, Vol. 3 No. 3, pp. 276-290. https://doi.org/10.1108/GS-03-2013-0004Download as .RIS
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