MATEC Web of Conferences
Volume 44, 20162016 International Conference on Electronic, Information and Computer Engineering
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Electronics, Information and Engineering Application|
|Published online||08 March 2016|
Research on Inferring ELECTRE-III’s Parameters with Fuzzy information and A Case on Naval Gun Weapon System Integration
Institute of Weaponry Engineering, Wuhan Navy University of Engineering, China
2 College of Electronics Engineering, Wuhan Naval University of Engineering, China
Multiple attributes decision making (MADM) method is an important measure for system integration. Robustness analysis on MADM is a hotspot in these years which wins academe’s great attention, and is supposed to be an effective way when countering imperfect information. Setting parameters in ELECTRE-III’s is a vital and difficult step. In this paper, a method of inferring ELECTRE-III’s parameters with fuzzy information based on robustness analysis is presented. First, ELECTRE-III is transformed into a continuous smooth function of each parameter vector. Then, robustness analysis structure and a parameters inferring algorithm are provided by maximizing robustness margin based on mathematics programming. Moreover, how to resolve the programming problem is also discussed. At last, a illustrative example of Naval Gun Weapon System Integration is put forward.
Key words: Robustness analysis / Multiple attributes decision making / ELECTRE-III’s naval gun weapon system
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