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Hybrid Grey Interval Relation Decision-Making in Artistic Talent Evaluation of Player

07/17/2012
by   Gol Kim, et al.
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This paper proposes a grey interval relation TOPSIS method for the decision making in which all of the attribute weights and attribute values are given by the interval grey numbers. In this paper, all of the subjective and objective weights are obtained by interval grey number and decision-making is based on four methods such as the relative approach degree of grey TOPSIS, the relative approach degree of grey incidence and the relative approach degree method using the maximum entropy estimation using 2-dimensional Euclidean distance. A multiple attribute decision-making example for evaluation of artistic talent of Kayagum (stringed Korean harp) players is given to show practicability of the proposed approach.

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