Semiuninorm‐based ordered weighted averaging (SUOWA) operators are a specific case of Choquet integrals that allow us to generalize simultaneously weighted means and ordered weighting averaging (OWA) operators. Although SUOWA operators possess some very interesting properties, their main weakness is that, sometimes, the game used in their construction is not monotonic and it is necessary to calculate its monotonic cover. In this paper, we introduce a new family of weighting vectors, called unimodal weighting vectors, which embrace some of the most outstanding weighting vectors used in the framework of OWA operators, and we show that when using these weighting vectors and a specific semiuninorm we directly get normalized capacities. Moreover, we also show that these operators satisfy some properties which are very useful in practice.
International Journal of Intelligent Systems – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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