Nombre
Francisco
Middle name
José
Apellidos
Quesada
International Journal
Year of publication
2015
Volume
30
Pagination
887-906
DOI
10.1002/int.21730
Journal
International Journal of Intelligent Systems
Number
8
ISSN Number
1098-111X
URL
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/int.2015.30.issue-8/issuetoc
Castro, J., et al. «A Consensus-Driven Group Recommender System». International Journal Of Intelligent Systems, 8, 2015, pp. 887-906.
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International Journal
Year of publication
2015
Volume
35
Pagination
873-887
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.asoc.2015.02.040
Journal
Applied Soft Computing
ISSN Number
1568-4946
URL
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1568494615001416
Quesada, F. J., et al. «Managing Experts Behavior In Large-Scale Consensus Reaching Processes With Uninorm Aggregation Operators». Applied Soft Computing, 2015, pp. 873-887.
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1
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Ponente
Year of Publication
2014
Pagination
139-144
Date Published
February 5-7th
Quesada, F. J., et al. Gestión De Expertos Con Comportamientos No Cooperativos En Procesos De Consenso En Grandes Grupos. February 5-7th. Universidad de Zaragoza, ESTYLF, 2014, pp. 139-144.
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2015
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XVI Conferencia de la Asociación Española para la Inteligencia Artificial (CAEPIA15), Albacete (Spain), November 9-12th
Castro, J., et al. «Uso De Procesos De Alcance De Consenso Para Mejorar La Recomendación A Grupos». Xvi Conferencia De La Asociación Española Para La Inteligencia Artificial (Caepia15), Albacete (Spain), November 9-12Th, 2015.
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Ponente
Year of Publication
2013
Pagination
1260-1269
Date Published
September 17-20th
Palomares, I., et al. Sistema De Apoyo Al Consenso Para Problemas De Toma De Decisión En Grandes Grupos Basado En Una Plataforma Multi-Agente. September 17-20th. AEPIA, 2013, pp. 1260-1269.
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Proyecto
TIN2009-08286
Year of Publicaion
2011
Volume
91
Pagination
125-132
Publisher
Springer Berlin / Heidelberg
URL
http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-3-642-19933-2$\#$section=876082\&page=1\&locus=0
Palomares, I., et al. Comas: A Multi-Agent System For Performing Consensus Processes. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2011, pp. 125-132.
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Resumen
Normally, in group decision making problems, groups are composed by individuals or experts with different goals and points of view. For these reasons, they may adopt distinct behaviors in order to achieve their own aims. Nonetheless, in such problems in general, specially those demanding a certain degree of consensus, each expert should comply with a collaboration contract in order to find a common solution for the decision problem.When decision groups are small, all experts usually attempt to fulfill the collaboration contract. However, nowadays technologies such as social media allow to make consensus-driven decisions with larger groups, in which many experts are involved, hence the possibility that some of them try to break the collaboration contract might be greater. In order to prevent the group solution from being biased by these experts, it is necessary to detect and manage their non-cooperative behaviors in this kind of problems. Recent proposals in the literature suggest managing non-cooperative behavior by reducing the importance of expert opinions. These proposals present drawbacks such as, the inability of an expert to recover his/her importance if behavior improves; and the lack of experts behavior measures across the time. This chapter introduces a methodology based on fuzzy sets and computing with words, with the aim of identifying and managing those experts whose behavior does not contribute to reach an agreement in consensus reaching processes. Such a methodology is characterized by allowing the importance recovery of experts and taking into account the evolution of their behavior across the time.
Year of Publicaion
2015
Volume
10
Pagination
97-121
Publisher
Springer International Publishing
ISBN Number
978-3-319-16828-9
URL
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-16829-6_5
DOI
10.1007/978-3-319-16829-6_5
Quesada, F. J., et al. Using Computing With Words For Managing Non-Cooperative Behaviors In Large Scale Group Decision Making. Springer International Publishing, 2015, pp. 97-121.
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