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**FuzzME: a new software for multiple-criteria fuzzy evaluation.**
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Zbl 1205.90151

Summary: This paper is focused on an introduction of a new software product, which is called FuzzME. This software was developed as a tool for creating fuzzy models of multiple-criteria evaluation and decision making.

The type of evaluations employed in the fuzzy models fully corresponds with the paradigm of the fuzzy set theory; the evaluations express the (fuzzy) degrees of fulfillment of corresponding goals. The FuzzME software works with both quantitative and qualitative criteria. The basic structure of evaluation is described by a goals tree. Within the goals tree, aggregation of partial fuzzy evaluations is done either by one of fuzzified aggregation operators or by a fuzzy expert system. The FuzzME software takes advantage of linguistic fuzzy modeling to the maximum extent.

This paper also contains a short summary of other available software product for fuzzy multiple-criteria evaluation.

In this paper, the possibilities of FuzzME are demonstrated on a sample problem - evaluation of a new employee.

The type of evaluations employed in the fuzzy models fully corresponds with the paradigm of the fuzzy set theory; the evaluations express the (fuzzy) degrees of fulfillment of corresponding goals. The FuzzME software works with both quantitative and qualitative criteria. The basic structure of evaluation is described by a goals tree. Within the goals tree, aggregation of partial fuzzy evaluations is done either by one of fuzzified aggregation operators or by a fuzzy expert system. The FuzzME software takes advantage of linguistic fuzzy modeling to the maximum extent.

This paper also contains a short summary of other available software product for fuzzy multiple-criteria evaluation.

In this paper, the possibilities of FuzzME are demonstrated on a sample problem - evaluation of a new employee.

### MSC:

90B50 | Management decision making, including multiple objectives |

91B06 | Decision theory |

90C70 | Fuzzy and other nonstochastic uncertainty mathematical programming |