Modified Multi-Criteria Decision Making Methods to Assess Classification Methods




Multi-criteria decision-making techniques, financial decision domains, Shannon entropy, TOPSIS


      During the last few decades, many academic and professional groups gave attention to adopting the multi-criteria decision-making methods in a variety of contexts for decision-making that are given to the diversity and sophistication of their selections. Five different classification methods are tested and assessed in this paper. Each has its own set of five attribute selection approaches. By using the multi-criteria decision-making procedures, these data can be used to rate options. Technique for order of preference by similarity to ideal solution (TOPSIS) is designed utilizing a modified fuzzy analytic hierarchy process (MFAHP) to compute the weight alternatives for TOPSIS in order to obtain the confidence value of each classifier for each feature selection approach individually. Defuzzification of  the fuzzy values to obtain the final criteria weights, the rank function is used. The modification of TOPSIS is assessed in tests using five prediction models (alternatives) and six performance measurements (criteria) to analyze the German credit data sets. Overall the results of the experiment show that the proposed strategies are successful in credit approval data.







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Modified Multi-Criteria Decision Making Methods to Assess Classification Methods. (2023). Iraqi Journal of Science, 64(2), 893-906.

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