AFRYCA

AFRYCA 2.0: an improved analysis framework for consensus reaching processes. Consensus reaching processes (CRPs) are increasingly important in the resolution of group decision-making (GDM) problems. There are many proposals of CRPs models with different characteristics, being difficult either to choose the most adequate for a given GDM problem or for making comparisons among them. For this reason, AFRYCA was proposed as a framework able to carry out comparison analyses and studies of CRPs in GDM problem resolution. This paper presents AFRYCA 2.0 which overcomes some limitations identified in the previous version. This new version incorporates new features for the analysis of CRPs, and increases its functionality, resulting a more powerful framework. Additionally, to show the usefulness and effectiveness of the new functionality of AFRYCA 2.0, an experimental study is carried out.


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  7. Wu, Zhibin; Huang, Shuai; Xu, Jiuping: Multi-stage optimization models for individual consistency and group consensus with preference relations (2019)
  8. Zhang, Hengjie; Dong, Yucheng; Chiclana, Francisco; Yu, Shui: Consensus efficiency in group decision making: a comprehensive comparative study and its optimal design (2019)
  9. Zhao, Meng; Liu, Ting; Su, Jia; Liu, Meng-Ying: A method adjusting consistency and consensus for group decision-making problems with hesitant fuzzy linguistic preference relations based on discrete fuzzy numbers (2018)
  10. Dong, Yucheng; Ding, Zhaogang; Martínez, Luis; Herrera, Francisco: Managing consensus based on leadership in opinion dynamics (2017)
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  16. Wu, Zhibin; Xu, Jiuping: An interactive consensus reaching model for decision making under hesitation linguistic environment (2016)
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