Power Hamy Mean Operators for managing Cubic Linguistic Spherical Fuzzy Sets and their Applications

Authors

  • Tasawar Abbas Department of Mathematics,University of Wah, Wah Cant, 47040
  • Faisal Mumtaz Department of Mathematics,University of Wah, Wah Cant, 47040, Pakistan
  • Zamir Hussain Department of Mathematics,University of Wah, Wah Cant, 47040, Pakistan
  • Rehan Zafar Department of Mathematics,University of Wah, Wah Cant, 47040, Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21015/vtm.v10i2.1147

Abstract

In modern social administrative economic activities, we are facing a considerable amount of multi-attribute group decision making problems. The methods and theory related to this method are very useful in the field of particular disciplines as well as in operational research, and a lot of achievements have been described. Obviously the real world is full of uncertainties and classical set theory cannot be used to describe different phenomena such as beauty, intelligence, height (tallness) and age etc. This thing leads mathematicians to develop the notion of fuzzy sets. Later Zadeh introduced the concept of membership and non-membership degree. Definitely human opinion about a phenomenon may be unidirectional or multi-directional, that’s why Atanossov proposed the concept of another advance type of fuzzy sets, which is known as intuitionistic fuzzy sets. His concept is based on a degree of membership and degree of non-membership with a exquisite that their sum must not exceed 1. In our work we introduced cubic linguistic spherical fuzzy sets. Then, we proposed the fundamental operation law for CLSFVs and a series of their average operators (AOs), such as the  (cubic linguistic spherical fuzzy power average),  (cubic linguistic spherical fuzzy power weighted average),  (cubic linguistic spherical fuzzy power hamy mean) and  (cubic linguistic spherical fuzzy power weighted hamy mean) operators, was developed by combining the power average and hamy mean operators in cubic linguistic spherical fuzzy environment. Also we described some specific desirable properties of all these operators. In addition, we suggested a new MAGDM method.

 

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Published

2022-11-28

How to Cite

Abbas, T., Mumtaz, F., Hussain, Z., & Zafar, R. (2022). Power Hamy Mean Operators for managing Cubic Linguistic Spherical Fuzzy Sets and their Applications. VFAST Transactions on Mathematics, 10(2), 68–101. https://doi.org/10.21015/vtm.v10i2.1147