Personal Page José Carlos R Alcantud
Dept. Economics and Economic History. Univ. Salamanca
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Past 9 years:

  • Decomposition theorems and extension principles for hesitant fuzzy sets, with V. Torra. Information Fusion 41 (2018), 48-56. Free download until October 7, 2017.
    Impact factor: 5.667 (Thomson Reuters JCR, 2016).
  • Probabilistic soft sets and dual probabilistic soft sets in decision making, with F. Fatimah, D. Rosadi, RB. F. Hakim. Forthcoming in Neural Computing and Applications.
    Impact factor: 2.505 (Thomson Reuters JCR, 2016).
  • Separable fuzzy soft sets and decision making with positive and negative attributes, with T. J. Mathew. Applied Soft Computing 59 (2017), 586-595.
    Impact factor: 3.541 (Thomson Reuters JCR, 2016).
  • The problem of collective identity in a fuzzy environment, with R. de Andrés. Fuzzy Sets and Systems 315 (2017), 57-75.
    Impact factor: 2.718 (Thomson Reuters JCR, 2016).
  • Rational fuzzy and sequential fuzzy choice, with S. Díaz. Fuzzy Sets and Systems 315 (2017), 76-98.
    Impact factor: 2.718 (Thomson Reuters JCR, 2016).
  • Consensus measures for various informational bases. Three new proposals and two case studies from political science, with M. J. Muñoz Torrecillas. Quality & Quantity 51 (2017), 285-306.
    Impact factor: 1.094 (Thomson Reuters JCR, 2016).
  • Fuzzy preorders: conditional extensions, extensions and their representations, with S. Díaz. Fuzzy Optimization & Decision Making 15 (2016), 371-396.
    Impact factor: 1.681 (Thomson Reuters JCR, 2016).
  • A new consensus ranking approach for correlated ordinal information based on Mahalanobis distance, with T. González-Arteaga and R. de Andrés. Information Sciences 372 (2016), 546-564.
    Impact factor 4.832 (Thomson Reuters JCR, 2016).
  • A cardinal dissensus measure based on the Mahalanobis distance, with T. González-Arteaga and R. de Andrés Calle. European Journal of Operational Research 251 (2016), 575-585.
    Impact factor: 3.297 (Thomson Reuters JCR, 2016).
  • Richter-Peleg multi-utility representations of preorders, with G. Bosi and M. Zuanon. Theory and Decision 80 (2016), 443-450.
    Impact factor: 0.606 (Thomson Reuters JCR, 2016).
  • A novel algorithm for fuzzy soft set based decision making from multiobserver input parameter data set. Information Fusion 29 (2016), 142-148.
    Impact factor: 5.667 (Thomson Reuters JCR, 2016).
  • Hesitant Fuzzy Worth: an innovative ranking methodology for hesitant fuzzy subsets, with R. de Andrés and M. J. Muñoz Torrecillas. Applied Soft Computing, 38 (2016), 232–243.
    Impact factor: 3.541 (Thomson Reuters JCR, 2016).
  • Ordering infinite utility streams: efficiency, continuity, and no impatience, with Ram Sewak Dubey. Mathematical Social Sciences 72 (2014), 33-40.
  • Finite sets of data compatible with multidimensional inequality measures. Information Sciences 265 (2014), 85-90.
  • The impossibility of social evaluations of infinite streams with strict inequality aversion. Economic Theory Bulletin 1(2) (2013), 123-130.
  • Liberal approaches to ranking infinite utility streams: When can we avoid interference? Social Choice and Welfare 41 (2013), 381-396.
  • Evaluations of infinite utility streams: Pareto-efficient and egalitarian axiomatics, with M. D. García-Sanz. Metroeconomica 64 (2013), 432-447.
  • On measures of cohesiveness under dichotomous opinions: some characterizations of Approval Consensus Measures, with R. de Andrés and J. M Cascón. Information Sciences 240 (2013), 45-55.
  • Inequality averse criteria for evaluating infinite utility streams: The impossibility of Weak Pareto. Journal of Economic Theory 147 (2012), 353-363.
  • An axiomatic analysis of ranking sets under simple categorization, with R. Arlegi. SERIEs, Special Issue in honor of Salvador Barberà, 3 (1-2) (2012), 227-245.
  • Paretian evaluation of infinite utility streams: an egalitarian criterion, with M. D. García-Sanz. Economics Letters 16 (2010), 209-211.
  • Ranking sets additively in decisional contexts: an axiomatic characterization, with R. Arlegi. Theory and Decision 64(2-3) (2008), 147-171.