Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Selection Using Fuzzy Choquet Integral
Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) selection is not an easy decision as many alternatives and criteria must be evaluated at the same time. This selection decision requires the consideration of many different criteria including payload capacity, maximum speed, endurance, altitude, avionics systems, price, economic life, and maximum range. The main aim of this study is to decide the most appropriate UAV by considering these criteria. The fuzzy logic-based fuzzy Choquet integral methodology is used to select this vehicle which allows decision-makers to define references as linguistic and in interval range. A numerical example is presented to analyze the applicability of the proposed approach. The proposed approach resulted in a successful application by comparing different UAVs and the most appropriate vehicle is selected at the final stage.
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