Seminar

  • Publish Date:2010-01-25

Title:Applications of fuzzy sets and fuzzy logics ideas in multi criteria decision making

Speaker:Prof. Radko Mesiar, Slovak University of Technology, the Department of Mathematics

Time:10:00am, April 29, 2009

Venue:Room 1003, Center Teaching Building

Introduction of Content:

Decision-making problem is the process of finding the best option from all of the feasible alternatives. In classical Multi criteria decision making (MCDM) methods, the ratings and the weights of the criteria are known precisely, whereas in the real world, in an imprecise and uncertain environment, it is an unrealistic assumption that the knowledge and representation of a decision maker or expert are so precise. So, to describe and treat imprecise and uncertain elements present in a decision problem, fuzzy and stochastic approaches are frequently used. The report will tell us how to use fuzzy sets and fuzzy logics ideas to solve the MCDM problem.

Introduction of speaker:

Radko Mesiar, professor at Slovak University of Technology, Doctor of Science, obtained his PhD. from Comenius University Bratislava in 1979. He is the vice-head of the Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava. He has been a visiting professor at several universities in Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Spain, etc. His main fields of interest are the fuzzy sets, fuzzy logic, non-additive measures and integrals, triangular norms, aggregation operators, ergodic theory and entropy. He is an associated editor of international journal Fuzzy Sets and Systems. He is a member of editional board of international journal Cybernetics and international journals Tatra Mount. Math. Publ. and J. Appl. Math.