Assigning Numerical Scores to Linguistic Expressions
AbstractIn this paper, we study different methods of scoring linguistic expressions defined on a finite set, in the search for a linear order that ranks all those possible expressions. Among them, particular attention is paid to the canonical extension, and its representability through distances in a graph plus some suitable penalization of imprecision. The relationship between this setting and the classical problems of numerical representability of orderings, as well as extension of orderings from a set to a superset is also explored. Finally, aggregation procedures of qualitative rankings and scorings are also analyzed. View Full-Text
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Campión, M.J.; Falcó, E.; García-Lapresta, J.L.; Induráin, E. Assigning Numerical Scores to Linguistic Expressions. Axioms 2017, 6, 19.
Campión MJ, Falcó E, García-Lapresta JL, Induráin E. Assigning Numerical Scores to Linguistic Expressions. Axioms. 2017; 6(3):19.Chicago/Turabian Style
Campión, María J.; Falcó, Edurne; García-Lapresta, José L.; Induráin, Esteban. 2017. "Assigning Numerical Scores to Linguistic Expressions." Axioms 6, no. 3: 19.
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