Analysis and Application of Extension Correlation and Correspondence under Uncertainty

Jia-jun ZHU, Jian-guo ZHENG, Jin-bing LI

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This paper studies the meaning, nature of extension correspondence and analyzes its superiority in data prediction in extension group decision-making by analyzing the distance and bit value of the correlation function. It puts forward the model and steps of data interval analysis of extension group decision-making based on extension correspondence. Not only does it take the advantages of dynamic classification in extension group decision-making, but also realizes data analysis and interval estimation under uncertainty and helps the promotion of the accuracy and the reliability of multi-factor analysis and multi-project evaluation in extension group decision-making under data uncertainty. Keywords: extension set; extension group decision-making; correlation function; correspondence analysis; uncertainty

Keywords


extension set; extension group decision-making; correlation function; correspondence analysis; uncertainty

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.ans.1715787020100301.003

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