Another View on the Middle East Conflict Analysis
AbstractDecision making is a cognitive process for evaluating data with certain attributes to come up with the best option, in terms of the preferences of decision makers. Conflicts and disagreements occur in most real world problems and involve the applications of mathematical tools dealing with uncertainty, such as rough set theory in decision making and conflict analysis processes. Afterwards, the Pawlak conflict analysis model based on rough set theory was established. Subsequently, Deja put forward some questions that are not answered by the Pawlak conflict analysis model and Sun’s model. In the present paper, using the notions of soft preference relation, soft dominance relation, and their roughness, we analyzed the Middle East conflict and answered the questions posed by Deja in a good manner. View Full-Text
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Rehman, N.; Shah, S.I.A.; Ali, A.; Jang, S.Y.; Park, C. Another View on the Middle East Conflict Analysis. Appl. Sci. 2018, 8, 1545.
Rehman N, Shah SIA, Ali A, Jang SY, Park C. Another View on the Middle East Conflict Analysis. Applied Sciences. 2018; 8(9):1545.Chicago/Turabian Style
Rehman, Noor; Shah, Syed I.A.; Ali, Abbas; Jang, Sun Y.; Park, Choonkil. 2018. "Another View on the Middle East Conflict Analysis." Appl. Sci. 8, no. 9: 1545.
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