Publications 2010

Papers published by the BORDA Research Group:

  1. J. C. R. Alcantud, G. Bosi and M. Zuanon. A selection of maximal elements under non-transitive indifferences. Journal of Mathematical Psychology 54 (2010), 481-484.
  2. J. C. R. Alcantud, L. D. L. Matos and C. R. Palmero. Goodness of fit in optimizing consumer’s model. Mathematical and Computer Modelling 52 (2010), 1088-1094.
  3. J. C. R. Alcantud and C. R. Palmero. A complete solution of the integrability problem for homothetic demand functions. International Journal of Economic Theory 6 (2010), 263–271.
  4. J. C. R. Alcantud and M. D. García-Sanz. Paretian evaluation of infinite utility streams: an egalitarian criterion. Economics Letters 106 (2010), 209-211.
  5. R. de Andrés and J. L. García-Lapresta. An endogenous human resource selection model based on linguistic assessments. Neural Network World 20 (2010), 91-111.
  6.  R. de Andrés, J. L. García-Lapresta and J. González-Pachón. Performance appraisal based on distance functions methods. European Journal of Operational Research 207 (2010), 1599-1607.
  7. R. de Andrés, J. L. García-Lapresta and L. Martínez. A multi-granular linguistic model for management decision-making in performance appraisal. Soft Computing 14 (2010), 21-34.
  8. J. L. García-Lapresta,  C. Lasso de la Vega, R. A. Marques Pereira and A. M. Urrutia. A class of poverty measures induced by the dual decomposition of aggregation functions. International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-Based Systems 18 (2010), 493-511.
  9. J. L. García-Lapresta and B. Llamazares. Preference intensities and majority decisions based on difference of support between alternatives. Group Decision and Negotiation 19 (2010), 527-542.
  10. J. L. García-Lapresta, B. Llamazares and M. Martínez-Panero. A Social Choice analysis of the Borda rule in a general linguistic frameworkInternational Journal  of Computational Intelligent Systems 3 (2010), 501-513.
  11. J. L. García-Lapresta, B. Llamazares and T. Peña. Scoring rules and consensus. In: Preferences and Decisions: Models and Applications (eds. S. Greco, R. Marques Pereira, M. Squillante, R.R. Yager, J. Kacprzyk). Springer Verlag, Berlin, pp. 211-224, 2010.
  12. J. L. García-Lapresta, A. A. J. Marley and M. Martínez-Panero. Characterizing best-worst voting systems in the scoring context. Social Choice and Welfare 34 (2010), 487-496.
  13. B. Llamazares and B. De Baets. Fuzzy strict preference relations compatible with fuzzy orderings. International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge Based Systems 18 (2010), 13-24.

 


  • New publication in Information Fusion

    The paper «Decomposition theorems and extension principles for hesitant fuzzy sets«, by J. C.R. Alcantud and V. Torra, has been accepted for publication in the special issue «Hesitant Fuzzy Information for Information Fusion in Decision Making» of Information Fusion. The impact factor of this journal is 5.667, its 5-year impact factor is 5.780 (JCR 2016).


  • IME Research Prize

    As of July 4th 2017, José Carlos R. Alcantud has been awarded the 2017 IME Research Prize. IME is the Multidisciplinary Institute of Enterprise, University of Salamanca.


  • New publication in Axioms

    The paper «Assigning numerical scores to linguistic expressions», by M. J. Campión, E. Falcó, J. L. García-Lapresta and E. Induráin has been accepted for publication in Axioms.


  • Yet another publication in Applied Soft Computing

    The paper “Separable fuzzy soft sets and decision making with positive and negative attributes“, by J. C. R. Alcantud and Terry Jacob Mathew, has been accepted for publication in Applied Soft Computing. The impact factor of this journal is 2.857, its 5-year impact factor is 3.288 (JCR 2015).


  • New publication in Applied Soft Computing

    The paper «Aggregating opinions in non-uniform ordered qualitative scales«, by J. L. García-Lapresta and D. Pérez-Román, has been accepted for publication in Applied Soft Computing. The impact factor of this journal is 2.857, its 5-year impact factor is 3.288 (JCR 2015).