The probabilistic hesitant fuzzy set (PHFS) is a useful extended version of the hesitant fuzzy set (HFS), which allows decision-makers greater freedom in espousing their preferences through the use of hesitant evidence in the real DM method. As the implications for individuals and global concerns have grown, efficient clinical diagnosis of medical waste has been a major challenge, particularly in developing countries. Medical waste can be disposed of in a variety of ways. The essential thing is to decidewhich strategies work best. The optimal healthcare plastic waste disposal (HCPWD) option is a MCDM method involving a wide range of qualitative char- acteristics. The MCDM technique (ARAS) is then described, whereby the criterion weights are assessed using the recommended entropy weighted method (EWM) proportion and score function in order to increase the process utilisation. Moreover, the above- described approach is used to address a real-world problem by determining the optimal treatment option for healthcare waste (HCW) disposal. Finally, a feasi- bility analysis is given to support the stated viewpoint on HCPWD options being prioritised.

Integrated MCDM Approaches for Exploring the Ideal Therapeutic Plastic Disposal Technology: Probabilistic Hesitant Fuzzy Domain

Ferrara, Massimiliano
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2023-01-01

Abstract

The probabilistic hesitant fuzzy set (PHFS) is a useful extended version of the hesitant fuzzy set (HFS), which allows decision-makers greater freedom in espousing their preferences through the use of hesitant evidence in the real DM method. As the implications for individuals and global concerns have grown, efficient clinical diagnosis of medical waste has been a major challenge, particularly in developing countries. Medical waste can be disposed of in a variety of ways. The essential thing is to decidewhich strategies work best. The optimal healthcare plastic waste disposal (HCPWD) option is a MCDM method involving a wide range of qualitative char- acteristics. The MCDM technique (ARAS) is then described, whereby the criterion weights are assessed using the recommended entropy weighted method (EWM) proportion and score function in order to increase the process utilisation. Moreover, the above- described approach is used to address a real-world problem by determining the optimal treatment option for healthcare waste (HCW) disposal. Finally, a feasi- bility analysis is given to support the stated viewpoint on HCPWD options being prioritised.
Healthcare waste disposal collection method · Hesitant fuzzy set · Probabilistic hesitant fuzzy set · Entropy weight method · ARAS
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