DOI: 10.1155/2024/6974363 ISSN: 1687-9732

The Characteristics of Circular Fermatean Fuzzy Sets and Multicriteria Decision-Making Based on the Fermatean Fuzzy t-Norm and t-Conorm

Revathy A., Inthumathi V., Krishnaprakash S., Anandakumar H., Arifmohammed K. M.
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Computer Networks and Communications
  • Computer Science Applications
  • Civil and Structural Engineering
  • Computational Mechanics

When diverse decision makers are involved in the decision-making process, taking average of decision values might not reflect an accurate point of view. To overcome such a scenario, the circular Fermatean fuzzy (CFF) set, an advancement of the Fermatean fuzzy (FF) set, and the interval-valued Fermatean fuzzy set (IVFFS) are introduced in this current study. The proposed CFF set is a circle with a centre as association value (AV) and nonassociation value (NAV) with a radius at most equal to 2. It is built in such a way that it covers all the decision makers’ opinion value through a circle. Due to its geometric structure, the CFF set resolves ambiguity and risk more accurately and effectively than FF and IVFF. FF t-norm and t-conorm are used to investigate the properties of CFF sets, subsequent to which the algebraic operations between them are defined. A couple of CFF distance measures between CFF numbers are introduced and used in the selection of an electric autorickshaw along with the CFF weighted averaging and geometric aggregation operators. The overview and comparison analysis of the generated reports exemplifies the viability and compatibility of the CFF set strategy for selecting the best choices.

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