A New Grey Approach for Using SWARA and PIPRECIA Methods in a Group Decision Making Environment

A New Grey Approach for Using SWARA and PIPRECIA Methods in a Group Decision Making Environment
Author: Dragisa Stanujkic,Darjan Karabasevic,Gabrijela Popovic,Predrag S. Stanimirovic,Muzafer Saracevic,Florentin Smarandache,Vasilios N. Katsikis,Alptekin Ulutas
Publsiher: Infinite Study
Total Pages: 16
Release: 2021-07-01
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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The environment in which the decision-making process takes place is often characterized by uncertainty and vagueness and, because of that, sometimes it is very hard to express the criteria weights with crisp numbers. Therefore, the application of the Grey System Theory, i.e., grey numbers, in this case, is very convenient when it comes to determination of the criteria weights with partially known information. Besides, the criteria weights have a significant role in the multiple criteria decision-making process. Many ordinary multiple criteria decision-making methods are adapted for using grey numbers, and this is the case in this article as well. A new grey extension of the certain multiple criteria decision-making methods for the determination of the criteria weights is proposed. Therefore, the article aims to propose a new extension of the Step-wiseWeight Assessment Ratio Analysis (SWARA) and PIvot Pairwise Relative Criteria Importance Assessment (PIPRECIA) methods adapted for group decision-making.

The New Grey Technologies of Mass Disruption

The New Grey  Technologies of Mass Disruption
Author: Jason Savitt
Publsiher: Savitec, LLC
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2020-10-15
Genre: Computers
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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As technology advances, we have to look beyond the finite thinking of a task, will it be a human or a machine’s responsibility. We need to look at how we can use Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) to enhance the task so that it can be performed better, faster, at a lower cost and a higher quality without destroying the human contribution in the process. This is where ‘New Grey’ thinking comes into play; it’s when things are not black or white, and they are grey. The New Grey is a hybrid thinking on how to utilize the best features of A.I., while partnering it with the best aspects of human intellect. There are already millions (and there will be eventually billions) of devices like smartphones, smart speakers, Internet of Things, and other gadgets creating larger amounts of data at an exponential rate. Existing and next-generation Big Data technologies will struggle to capture, store, query, analyze, search, and visualize all this information. A.I. can be a game-changer for businesses trying to process all this data or for whole new product categories. Although, It's not a magical buzzword that can be added to any product and will automatically improve it. Although, A.I. can make a product or service smarter when implemented correctly. A.I. can also give organizations the ability to find trends in data that a human might not be able to see. Although, in the end, we must never forget that it is the humans that are the consumers or benefactors of this information. The whole purpose of this book is to explore the roles that humans and machines will play together over the coming years and decades. Machines will be evolved by their creators to do more advanced operations in the near future. The question is will we be ready for what it holds for us. In the final chapter of this book, it shows how to set up a quick demo using one of the most advanced Machine Learning algorithm (i.e. GPT-2) that is publicly available to utilize or even use as a starting point for your own projects.

Plastics and Sustainability Grey is the New Green

Plastics and Sustainability Grey is the New Green
Author: Michael Tolinski,Conor P. Carlin
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 288
Release: 2021-04-27
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9781119591849

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Plastics & Sustainability clearly lays out the thorny and contentious issues that we encounter at the nexus of plastics and sustainability. The book serves as a practical guide for making sustainability decisions about how plastics are made and used, including current developments in the newest bio-based plastics. Designers, marketers, academics, and engineers will all find something of value in this balanced and thoughtful second edition. Increased public scrutiny of plastics materials and the plastics industry has led, paradoxically, to both a deeper understanding and growing confusion about polymers, their origins, their uses, their risks, and ultimately their disposal. The author makes objective comparisons among major polymer grades and bioplastics including their life cycle assessments and practical performance in commercial applications.

Hudibras From the text of Zach Grey A new edition

Hudibras     From the text of Zach  Grey     A new edition
Author: Samuel Butler
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 370
Release: 1788
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: BL:A0022484809

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New Frontiers in Grey Literature

New Frontiers in Grey Literature
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 342
Release: 2000
Genre: Grey literature
ISBN: PSU:000046287588

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Supplementary Catalogue of the Public Library of New South Wales Sydney for the Years 1888 1910

Supplementary Catalogue of the Public Library of New South Wales  Sydney for the Years 1888  1910
Author: Public Library of New South Wales
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1906
Genre: Library catalogs
ISBN: CHI:098955891

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Grey Owl

Grey Owl
Author: Armand Garnet Ruffo
Publsiher: Coteau Books
Total Pages: 217
Release: 1996
Genre: Poetry
ISBN: 1550501097

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An Englishman with the imagination and the arrogance to pose as a North American Indian, a fur trapper who kept beaver as pets, a drunken brawling bigamist who embraced the wilderness to escape his ghosts, a compelling champion of that wilderness who travelled much of the world speaking to huge audiences about the fate of the natural world - who was the real Archie Belaney, known to many as Grey Owl?Grey Owl, the Mystery of Archie Belaney is a unique, accessible collection of narrative poetry and journal entries which examines this dynamic, often contradictory, always fascinating man who reconstructed his identity and delivered a message of conservation to the world.

Out of the Corner

Out of the Corner
Author: Jennifer Grey
Publsiher: Ballantine Books
Total Pages: 353
Release: 2022-05-03
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9780593356715

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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • A deeply candid and refreshingly spirited memoir of identity lost and found from the star of the iconic film Dirty Dancing “Jennifer Grey peels back all the artifice, denial, obfuscation, and myriad assumptions and exposes a gorgeous, human portrait of her life.”—Jamie Lee Curtis “We all know Jennifer Grey as a talented actress, but Out of the Corner introduces us to a gifted writer.”—Michael J. Fox In this beautiful, close-to-the bone account, Jennifer Grey takes readers on a vivid tour of the experiences that have shaped her, from her childhood as the daughter of Broadway and film legend Joel Grey, to the surprise hit with Patrick Swayze that made her America’s sweetheart, to her inspiring season eleven win on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. Throughout this intimate narrative, Grey richly evokes places and times that were defining for a generation—from her preteen days in 1970s Malibu and wild child nights in New York’s club scene, to her roles in quintessential movies of the 1980s, including The Cotton Club, Red Dawn, and her breakout performance in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. With self-deprecating humor and frankness, she looks back on her unbridled, romantic adventures in Hollywood. And with enormous bravery, she shares the devastating fallout from a plastic surgery procedure that caused the sudden and stunning loss of her professional identity and career. Grey inspires with her hard-won battle back, reclaiming her sense of self from a culture and business that can impose a narrow and unforgiving definition of female worth. She finds, at last, her own true north and starts a family of her own, just in the nick of time. Distinctive, moving, and powerful, told with generosity and pluck, Out of the Corner is a memoir about a never-ending personal evolution, a coming-of-age story for women of every age.