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長庚大學 工商管理學系

 
 
 

陳亭羽 教授(與企研所合聘)

職稱教授(與企研所合聘)
信箱tychen@mail.cgu.edu.tw
電話03-2118800 # 5678
個人網頁http://www.sedona.bz/members/tychen/cv/
學歷國立交通大學 交通運輸研究所博士
專長領域模糊集合、決策理論

工作經歷:

【2011/08~ 迄  今】長庚大學 企業管理研究所 教授
【2011/08~ 迄  今】長庚大學 工商管理學系 合聘教授
【2018/01~2020/12】長庚醫療財團法人林口長庚紀念醫院 護理部 合聘研究員
【2016/01~2017/12】長庚醫療財團法人林口長庚紀念醫院 神經內科系腦血管科 合聘研究員
【2014/08~2015/07】休假研究,研究機構:國立暨南國際大學資訊管理學系主題:「建立不確定環境下之e化智慧型決策支援系統」
【2010/08~2011/07】長庚大學 企業管理研究所 副教授
【2010/08~2011/07】長庚大學 工商管理學系 合聘副教授
【2001/08~2010/07】長庚大學 工商管理學系 副教授
【2003/07~2003/12】中央研究院資訊科學研究所訪問學者,專題研究名稱:「以資料探勘技術進行中醫領域之醫療知識發掘」
【2002/08~2003/07】長庚大學 企業管理研究所 碩士在職專班(EMBA)專班主任
【2002/01~2002/12】中華民國習慣領域學會 第四屆常務理事
【1998/08~2001/07】長庚大學 工商管理學系 助理教授

發表期刊論文

  1. Ho, L.-H., Lin, Y.-L., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2019), “A Pearson-like correlation-based TOPSIS method with interval-valued Pythagorean fuzzy uncertainty and its application to multiple criteria decision analysis of stroke rehabilitation treatments,” Neural Computing & Applications. DOI: 10.1007/s00521-019-04304-8 (SCI, Rank: 21/133=15.79%, Q1, IF: 4.664) (in press)
  2. Chen, T.-Y.* (2019), “A novel PROMETHEE-based method using a Pythagorean fuzzy combinative distance-based precedence approach to multiple criteria decision making,” Applied Soft Computing. DOI: 10.1016/j.asoc.2019.105560 (SCI, Rank: 11/106=10.38%, Q1, IF: 4.873) (in press)
  3. Chen, T.-Y.* (2019), “A novel VIKOR method with an application to multiple criteria decision analysis for hospital-based post-acute care within a highly complex uncertain environment,” Neural Computing & Applications. DOI: 10.1007/s00521-017-3326-8 (SCI, Rank: 21/133=15.79%, Q1, IF: 4.664) (in press)
  4. Chen, T.-Y.* (2019), “Novel generalized distance measure of Pythagorean fuzzy sets and a compromise approach for multiple criteria decision analysis under uncertainty,” IEEE Access 7 (1) 58168-58185. DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2019.2914703 (May) (SCI, Rank: 23/155=14.84%, Q1, IF: 4.098)
  5. Chen, T.-Y.* (2019), “Multiple criteria decision analysis under complex uncertainty: a Pearson-like correlation-based Pythagorean fuzzy compromise approach,” International Journal of Intelligent Systems 34 (1) 114-151. DOI: 10.1002/int.22045 (January) (SCI, Rank: 8/133=6.02%, Q1, IF: 7.229)
  6. Lin, Y.-L., Ho, L.-H., Yeh, S.-L., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2019), “A Pythagorean fuzzy TOPSIS method based on novel correlation measures and its application to multiple criteria decision analysis of inpatient stroke rehabilitation,” International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems 12 (1) 410-425. DOI: 10.2991/ijcis.2018.125905657 (March) (SCI, Rank: 68/133=51.13%, Q3, IF: 2.153)
  7. Chen, T.-Y.* (2018), “A mixed-choice-strategy-based consensus ranking method for multiple criteria decision analysis involving Pythagorean fuzzy information,” IEEE Access 6 (1) 79174-79199. DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2018.2884895 (December) (SCI, Rank: 23/155=14.84%, Q1, IF: 4.098)
  8. Chen, T.-Y.* (2018), “A novel PROMETHEE-based outranking approach for multiple criteria decision analysis with Pythagorean fuzzy information,” IEEE Access 6 (1) 54495-54506. DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2018.2869137 (December) (SCI, Rank: 23/155=14.84%, Q1, IF: 4.098)
  9. Chen, T.-Y.* (2018), “An interval-valued Pythagorean fuzzy compromise approach with correlation-based closeness indices for multiple-criteria decision analysis of bridge construction methods,” Complexity 2018 (Nov.) Article ID 6463039, 29 pages. DOI: 10.1155/2018/6463039 (November). (SCI, Rank: 21/105=20.00%, Q1, IF: 2.591)
  10. Chen, T.-Y.* (2018), “An outranking approach using a risk attitudinal assignment model involving Pythagorean fuzzy information and its application to financial decision making,” Applied Soft Computing 71 (Oct.) 460-487. DOI: 10.1016/j.asoc.2018.06.036 (October) (SCI, Rank: 11/106=10.38%, Q1, IF: 4.873)
  11. Chen, T.-Y.* (2018), “An effective correlation-based compromise approach for multiple criteria decision analysis with Pythagorean fuzzy information,” Journal of Intelligent & Fuzzy Systems 35 (3) 3529-3541. DOI: 10.3233/JIFS-18021 (October) (SCI, Rank: 83/133=62.41%, Q3, IF: 1.637)
  12. Wang, J.-C., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2018), “Multiple criteria decision analysis using correlation-based precedence indices within Pythagorean fuzzy uncertain environments,” International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems 11 (1) 911-924. DOI: 10.2991/ijcis.11.1.69 (May) (SCI, Rank: 68/133=51.13%, Q3, IF: 2.153)
  13. Chen, T.-Y.* (2018), “Remoteness index-based Pythagorean fuzzy VIKOR methods with a generalized distance measure for multiple criteria decision analysis,” Information Fusion 41 (May) 129-150. DOI: 10.1016/j.inffus.2017.09.003 (May) (SCI, Rank: 2/104=1.92%, Q1, IF: 10.716)
  14. Chen, T.-Y.* (2018), “A novel risk evaluation method of technological innovation using an inferior ratio-based assignment model in the face of complex uncertainty,” Expert Systems with Applications 95 (Apr.) 333-350. DOI: 10.1016/j.eswa.2017.11.038 (April) (SCI, Rank: 7/84=8.33%, Q1, IF: 4.292)
  15. Chen, T.-Y.* (2018), “An interval-valued Pythagorean fuzzy outranking method with a closeness-based assignment model for multiple criteria decision making,” International Journal of Intelligent Systems 33 (1) 126-168. DOI: 10.1002/int.21943 (January) (SCI, Rank: 8/133=6.02%, Q1, IF: 7.229)
  16. Chen, T.-Y.* (2017), “A likelihood-based assignment method for multiple criteria decision analysis with interval type-2 fuzzy information,” Neural Computing & Applications 28 (12) 4023-4045. DOI: 10.1007/s00521-016-2288-6 (December) (SCI, Rank: 21/133=15.79%, Q1, IF: 4.664)
  17. Chen, T.-Y.* (2017), “Multiple criteria decision analysis using prioritised interval type-2 fuzzy aggregation operators and its application to site selection,” Technological and Economic Development of Economy 23 (1) 1-21. DOI: 10.3846/20294913.2016.1209249 (January) (SSCI, Rank: 18/363=4.96%, Q1, IF: 4.344)
  18. Wang, J.-C., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2017), “A novel multiple criteria decision-making method using a likelihood-based compromise approach under complex uncertainty,” International Journal of Research in Engineering & Technology 6 (6) 46-57. (June) (IF by ISRA: 3.935, Index Copernicus Value: 49.63)
  19. Tsao, C.-Y., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2016), “A projection-based compromising method for multiple criteria decision analysis with interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy information,” Applied Soft Computing 45 (Aug.) 207-223. DOI: 10.1016/j.asoc.2016.04.016 (August) (SCI, Rank: 11/106=10.38%, Q1, IF: 4.873)
  20. Chen, T.-Y.* (2016), “An IVIF-ELECTRE outranking method for multiple criteria decision-making with interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy sets,” Technological and Economic Development of Economy 22 (3) 416-452. DOI: 10.3846/20294913.2015.1072751 (May) (SSCI, Rank: 18/363=4.96%, Q1, IF: 4.344)
  21. Chen, T.-Y.* (2016), “An inclusion comparison approach for multiple criteria decision analysis based on interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy sets,” Technological and Economic Development of Economy 22 (3) 357-392. DOI: 10.3846/20294913.2014.989930 (May) (SSCI, Rank: 18/363=4.96%, Q1, IF: 4.344)
  22. Chen, T.-Y.* (2016), “An interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy permutation method with likelihood-based preference functions and its application to multiple criteria decision analysis,” Applied Soft Computing 42 (May) 390-409. DOI: 10.1016/j.asoc.2016.02.006 (May) (SCI, Rank: 11/106=10.38%, Q1, IF: 4.873)
  23. Wang, J.-C., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2015), “Likelihood-based assignment methods for multiple criteria decision analysis based on interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy sets,” Fuzzy Optimization and Decision Making 14 (4) 425-457. DOI: 10.1007/s10700-015-9208-6 (December) (SCI, Rank: 10/84=11.90%, Q1, IF: 4.128)
  24. Wang, J.-C., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2015), “A simulated annealing-based permutation method and experimental analysis for multiple criteria decision analysis with interval type-2 fuzzy sets,” Applied Soft Computing 36 (Nov.) 57-69. DOI: 10.1016/j.asoc.2015.07.011 (November) (SCI, Rank: 11/106=10.38%, Q1, IF: 4.873)
  25. Wang, J.-C., Tsao, C.-Y., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2015), “A likelihood-based QUALIFLEX method with interval type-2 fuzzy sets for multiple criteria decision analysis,” Soft Computing 19 (8) 2225-2243. DOI: 10.1007/s00500-014-1404-8 (August) (SCI, Rank: 40/106=37.74%, Q2, IF: 2.784)
  26. Wang, J.-C., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2015), “An interval type-2 fuzzy permutation method and experimental analysis for multiple criteria decision analysis with incomplete preference information,” Journal of Industrial and Production Engineering 32 (5) 298-310. DOI: 10.1080/21681015.2015.1064483 (August) (EI, TSSCI)
  27. Chen, T.-Y.* (2015), “IVIF-PROMETHEE outranking methods for multiple criteria decision analysis based on interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy sets,” Fuzzy Optimization and Decision Making 14 (2) 173-198. DOI: 10.1007/s10700-014-9195-z (June) (SCI, Rank: 10/84=11.90%, Q1, IF: 4.128)
  28. Chen, T.-Y.* (2015), “An interval type-2 fuzzy LINMAP method with approximate ideal solutions for multiple criteria decision analysis,” Information Sciences 297 (Mar.) 50-79. DOI: 10.1016/j.ins.2014.10.054 (March) (SCI, Rank: 9/155=5.81%, Q1, IF: 5.524)
  29. Chen, T.-Y.* (2015), “An interval type-2 fuzzy PROMETHEE method using a likelihood-based outranking comparison approach,” Information Fusion 25 (Mar.) 105-120. DOI: 10.1016/j.inffus.2014.10.002 (March) (SCI, Rank: 2/104=1.92%, Q1, IF: 10.716)
  30. Chen, T.-Y.* (2015), “An interval type-2 fuzzy technique for order preference by similarity to ideal solutions using a likelihood-based comparison approach for multiple criteria decision analysis,” Computers & Industrial Engineering 85 (Mar.) 57-72. DOI: 10.1016/j.cie.2015.03.005 (March) (SCI, Rank: 24/106=22.64%, Q1, IF: 3.518)
  31. Chen, T.-Y.* (2015), “Likelihoods of interval type-2 trapezoidal fuzzy preference relations and their application to multiple criteria decision analysis,” Information Sciences 295 (Feb.) 303-322. DOI: 10.1016/j.ins.2014.10.007 (February) (SCI, Rank: 9/155=5.81%, Q1, IF: 5.524)
  32. Lai, H.-L., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2015), “Client acceptance method for audit firms based on interval-valued fuzzy numbers,” Technological and Economic Development of Economy 21 (1) 1-27. DOI: 10.3846/20294913.2014.871662 (February) (SSCI, Rank: 18/363=4.96%, Q1, IF: 4.344)
  33. Chen, T.-Y.* (2015), “The inclusion-based TOPSIS method with interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy sets for multiple criteria group decision making,” Applied Soft Computing 26 (Jan.) 57-73. DOI: 10.1016/j.asoc.2014.09.015 (January) (SCI, Rank: 11/106=10.38%, Q1, IF: 4.873)
  34. Chen, T.-Y.* (2014), “Multiple criteria decision analysis using a likelihood-based outranking method based on interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy sets,” Information Sciences 286 (Dec.) 188-208. DOI: 10.1016/j.ins.2014.07.003 (December) (SCI, Rank: 9/155=5.81%, Q1, IF: 5.524)
  35. Chen, T.-Y.* (2014), “Interval-valued fuzzy multiple criteria decision-making methods based on dual optimistic/pessimistic estimations in averaging operations,” Applied Soft Computing 24 (Nov.) 923-947. DOI: 10.1016/j.asoc.2014.08.050 (November) (SCI, Rank: 11/106=10.38%, Q1, IF: 4.873)
  36. Chen, T.-Y.* (2014), “The inclusion-based LINMAP method for multiple criteria decision analysis within an interval-valued Atanassov’s intuitionistic fuzzy environment,” International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making 13 (6) 1325-1360. DOI: 10.1142/S0219622014500722 (November) (SCI, Rank: 22/84=26.19%, Q2, IF: 2.862)
  37. Chen, T.-Y.* (2014), “The extended linear assignment method for multiple criteria decision analysis based on interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy sets,” Applied Mathematical Modelling 38 (7-8) 2101-2117. DOI: 10.1016/j.apm.2013.10.017 (April) (SCI, Rank: 17/105=16.19%, Q1, IF: 2.841)
  38. Chen, T.-Y.* (2014), “A prioritized aggregation operator-based approach to multiple criteria decision making using interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy sets: A comparative perspective,” Information Sciences 281 (Oct.) 97-112. DOI: 10.1016/j.ins.2014.05.018 (October) (SCI, Rank: 9/155=5.81%, Q1, IF: 5.524)
  39. Chen, T.-Y.* (2014), “An ELECTRE-based outranking method for multiple criteria group decision making using interval type-2 fuzzy sets,” Information Sciences 263 (Apr.) 1-21. DOI: 10.1016/j.ins.2013.12.012 (April) (SCI, Rank: 9/155=5.81%, Q1, IF: 5.524)
  40. Chen, T.-Y.* (2014), “An interactive signed distance approach for multiple criteria group decision-making based on simple additive weighting method with incomplete preference information defined by interval type-2 fuzzy sets,” International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making 13 (5) 979-1012. DOI: 10.1142/S0219622014500229 (September) (SCI, Rank: 22/84=26.19%, Q2, IF: 2.862)
  41. Chen, T.-Y.* (2014), “A PROMETHEE-based outranking method for multiple criteria decision analysis with interval type-2 fuzzy sets,” Soft Computing 18 (5) 923-940. DOI: 10.1007/s00500-013-1109-4 (May) (SCI, Rank: 40/106=37.74%, Q2, IF: 2.784)
  42. Chen, T.-Y.* (2014), “Interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy QUALIFLEX method with a likelihood-based comparison approach for multiple criteria decision analysis,” Information Sciences 261 (Mar.) 149-169. DOI: 10.1016/j.ins.2013.08.054 (March) (SCI, Rank: 9/155=5.81%, Q1, IF: 5.524)
  43. Wang, J.-C., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2014), “A closeness coefficient-based multiple criteria decision-making method using interval type-2 fuzzy sets and its application to watershed site selection,” Journal of Industrial and Production Engineering 31 (1) 1-16. DOI: 10.1080/21681015.2013.879393 (January) (EI, TSSCI)
  44. Wang, J.-C., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2014), “Approach to multiple criteria group decision-making with incompletely identified information based on interval type-2 fuzzy sets,” Advances in Fuzzy Sets and Systems 18 (2) 131-149. (December) (MathSciNet, Global Impact Factor: 1.009)
  45. Chen, T.-Y.* (2013), “An interactive method for multiple criteria group decision analysis based on interval type-2 fuzzy sets and its application to medical decision making,” Fuzzy Optimization and Decision Making 12 (3) 323-356. DOI: 10.1007/s10700-013-9158-9 (September) (SCI, Rank: 10/84=11.90%, Q1, IF: 4.128)
  46. Chen, T.-Y.* (2013), “An interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy LINMAP method with inclusion comparison possibilities and hybrid averaging operations for multiple criteria group decision making,” Knowledge-Based Systems 45 (Jun.) 134-146. DOI: 10.1016/j.knosys.2013.02.012 (June) (SCI, Rank: 17/133=12.78%, Q1, IF: 5.101)
  47. Chen, T.-Y.* (2013), “A linear assignment method for multiple-criteria decision analysis with interval type-2 fuzzy sets,” Applied Soft Computing 13 (5) 2735-2748. DOI: 10.1016/j.asoc.2012.11.013 (May) (SCI, Rank: 11/106=10.38%, Q1, IF: 4.873)
  48. Chen, T.-Y.*, Chang, C.-H., and Lu, J.-f.R. (2013), “The extended QUALIFLEX method for multiple criteria decision analysis based on interval type-2 fuzzy sets and applications to medical decision making,” European Journal of Operational Research 226 (3) 615-625. DOI: 10.1016/j.ejor.2012.11.038 (May) (SCI, Rank: 13/84=15.48%, Q1, IF: 3.806)
  49. Chen, T.-Y.* (2013), “Data construction process and QUALIFLEX-based method for multiple-criteria group decision making with interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy sets,” International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making 12 (3) 425-467. DOI: 10.1142/S021962201350017X (May) (SCI, Rank: 22/84=26.19%, Q2, IF: 2.862)
  50. Chen, T.-Y.* (2013), “A signed-distance-based approach to importance assessment and multi-criteria group decision analysis based on interval type-2 fuzzy set,” Knowledge and Information Systems 35 (1) 193-231. DOI: 10.1007/s10115-012-0497-6 (April) (SCI, Rank: 70/155=45.16%, Q2, IF: 2.397)
  51. Chen, T.-Y.* (2012), “Collaborative decision-making method for patient-centered care based on interval type-2 fuzzy sets,” Journal of the Chinese Institute of Industrial Engineers 29 (7) 494-513. DOI: 10.1080/10170669.2012.728539 (October) (EI, TSSCI)
  52. Chen, T.-Y.* (2012), “A comparative study of optimistic and pessimistic multicriteria decision analysis based on Atanassov fuzzy sets,” Applied Soft Computing 12 (8) 2289-2311. DOI: 10.1016/j.asoc.2012.03.038 (August) (SCI, Rank: 11/106=10.38%, Q1, IF: 4.873)
  53. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Tsui, C.-W. (2012), “Intuitionistic fuzzy QUALIFLEX method for optimistic and pessimistic decision making,” Advances in Information Sciences and Service Sciences 4 (14) 219-226. DOI: 10.4156/AISS.vol4.issue14.26 (August) (EI)
  54. Chen, T.-Y.* (2012), “Nonlinear assignment-based methods for interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy multi-criteria decision analysis with incomplete preference information,” International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making 11 (4) 821-855. DOI: 10.1142/S0219622012500228 (July) (SCI, Rank: 22/84=26.19%, Q2, IF: 2.862)
  55. Chen, T.-Y.* (2012), “Experimental analysis of multi-attribute decision-making based on Atanassov intuitionistic fuzzy sets: A discussion of anchor dependency and accuracy functions,” International Journal of Systems Science 43 (6) 1077-1103. DOI: 10.1080/00207721.2010.543486 (June) (SCI, Rank: 24/103=23.30%, Q1, IF: 2.469)
  56. Chen, T.-Y.* (2012), “Multiple criteria group decision-making with generalized interval-valued fuzzy numbers based on signed distances and incomplete weights,” Applied Mathematical Modelling 36 (7) 3029-3052. DOI: 10.1016/j.apm.2011.09.080 (July) (SCI, Rank: 17/105=16.19%, Q1, IF: 2.841)
  57. Chen, T.-Y.* (2012), “Approaches to leniency reduction in multi-criteria decision making with interval-valued fuzzy sets and an experimental analysis,” International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making 11 (3) 579-608. DOI: 10.1142/S0219622012500125 (May) (SCI, Rank: 22/84=26.19%, Q2, IF: 2.862)
  58. Chen, T.-Y.* (2012), “Multi-criteria decision-making methods with optimism and pessimism based on Atanassov’s intuitionistic fuzzy sets,” International Journal of Systems Science 43 (5) 920-938. DOI: 10.1080/00207721.2010.543483 (May) (SCI, Rank: 24/103=23.30%, Q1, IF: 2.469)
  59. Chen, T.-Y.* (2012), “Comparative analysis of SAW and TOPSIS based on interval-valued fuzzy sets: Discussions on score functions and weight constraints,” Expert Systems with Applications 39 (2) 1848-1861. DOI: 10.1016/j.eswa.2011.08.065 (February) (SCI, Rank: 7/84=8.33%, Q1, IF: 4.292)
  60. Chen, T.-Y.*, Wang, H.-P., and Wang, J.-C. (2012), “Fuzzy automata based on Atanassov fuzzy sets and applications on consumers’ advertising involvement,” African Journal of Business Management 6 (3) 865-880. DOI: 10.5897/AJBM11.1080 (January) (2010, 2009 SSCI, Rank: 58/112=51.79%, Q3, IF: 1.105)
  61. Wu, M.-C., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2012), “Interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy ELECTRE method,” Asian International Journal of Science and Technology in Production and Manufacturing Engineering 5 (3) 33-40. (September)
  62. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Wang, J.-C. (2012), “Intuitionistic fuzzy decision analysis with dissonance reduction for optimistic/pessimistic decision makers,” Pan-Pacific Management Review 15 (2) 99-129. (July)
  63. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Wang, J.-C. (2012), “An interactive procedure for interval type-2 fuzzy decision making with incomplete information and applications to site selection,” Advances in Fuzzy Sets and Systems 12 (1) 17-48. (June) (MathSciNet, Global Impact Factor: 1.009)
  64. Chen, T.-Y.* (2011), “Signed distanced-based TOPSIS method for multiple criteria decision analysis based on generalized interval-valued fuzzy numbers,” International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making 10 (6) 1131-1159. DOI: 10.1142/S0219622011004749 (November) (SCI, Rank: 22/84=26.19%, Q2, IF: 2.862)
  65. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Li, C.-H. (2011), “Objective weights with intuitionistic fuzzy entropy measures and computational experiment analysis,” Applied Soft Computing 11 (8) 5411-5423. DOI: 10.1016/j.asoc.2011.05.018 (December) (SCI, Rank: 11/106=10.38%, Q1, IF: 4.873)
  66. Chen, T.-Y.* (2011), “Interval-valued fuzzy TOPSIS method with leniency reduction and an experimental analysis,” Applied Soft Computing 11 (8) 4591-4606. DOI: 10.1016/j.asoc.2011.08.002 (December) (SCI, Rank: 11/106=10.38%, Q1, IF: 4.873)
  67. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Lai, H.-L. (2011), “A risk management method for enhancing patient safety based on interval-valued fuzzy numbers,” African Journal of Business Management 5 (30) 11925-11945. DOI: 10.5897/AJBM11.412 (November) (2010, 2009 SSCI, Rank: 58/112=51.79%, Q3, IF: 1.105)
  68. Chen, T.-Y.* (2011), “An integrated approach for assessing criterion importance with interval type-2 fuzzy sets and signed distances,” Journal of the Chinese Institute of Industrial Engineers 28 (8) 553-572. DOI: 10.1080/10170669.2011.644330 (December) (EI, TSSCI)
  69. Chen, T.-Y.* (2011), “A comparative analysis of score functions for multiple criteria decision making in intuitionistic fuzzy settings,” Information Sciences 181 (17) 3652-3676. DOI: 10.1016/j.ins.2011.04.030 (September) (SCI, Rank: 9/155=5.81%, Q1, IF: 5.524)
  70. Lai, H.-L., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2011), “A fuzzy risk-assessment method using a TOPSIS approach based on interval-valued fuzzy numbers,” Journal of the Chinese Institute of Industrial Engineers 28 (6) 467-484. DOI: 10.1080/10170669.2011.613953 (September) (EI, TSSCI)
  71. Chen, T.-Y.* (2011), “Bivariate models of optimism and pessimism in multi-criteria decision-making based on intuitionistic fuzzy sets,” Information Sciences 181 (11) 2139-2165. DOI: 10.1016/j.ins.2011.01.036 (June) (SCI, Rank: 9/155=5.81%, Q1, IF: 5.524)
  72. Chen, T.-Y.* (2011), “Optimistic and pessimistic decision making with dissonance reduction using interval-valued fuzzy sets,” Information Sciences 181 (3) 479-502. DOI: 10.1016/j.ins.2010.10.005 (February) (SCI, Rank: 9/155=5.81%, Q1, IF: 5.524)
  73. Chen, T.-Y.* (2011), “A multimeasure approach to optimism and pessimism in multiple criteria decision analysis based on Atanassov fuzzy sets,” Expert Systems with Applications 38 (10) 12569-12584. DOI: 10.1016/j.eswa.2011.04.045 (June) (SCI, Rank: 7/84=8.33%, Q1, IF: 4.292)
  74. Wu, M.-C., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2011), “The ELECTRE multicriteria analysis approach based on Atanassov’s intuitionistic fuzzy sets,” Expert Systems with Applications 38 (10) 12318-12327. DOI: 10.1016/j.eswa.2011.04.010 (September) (SCI, Rank: 7/84=8.33%, Q1, IF: 4.292)
  75. Chen, T.-Y.* (2011), “Experimental analysis of score functions in multi-criteria decision-making with intuitionistic fuzzy sets,” Journal of the Chinese Institute of Industrial Engineers 28 (3) 206-225. DOI: 10.1080/10170669.2010.551789 (April) (EI, TSSCI)
  76. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Shr, L.-C. (2011), “Measuring brand image by intuitionistic fuzzy multiattribute models: A comparative analysis,” (in Chinese) Journal of Management and Systems 18 (3) 443-477. (July) (TSSCI)
  77. Chen, T.-Y.* (2011), “Multi-criteria decision-making method with leniency reduction based on interval-valued fuzzy sets,” Journal of the Chinese Institute of Industrial Engineers 28 (1) 1-19. DOI: 10.1080/10170669.2010.528919 (January) (EI, TSSCI)
  78. Chen, T.-Y.*, Wang, H.-P., and Lu, Y.-Y. (2011), “A multicriteria group decision-making approach based on interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy sets: A comparative perspective,” Expert Systems with Applications 38 (6) 7647-7658. DOI: 10.1016/j.eswa.2010.12.096 (June) (SCI, Rank: 7/84=8.33%, Q1, IF: 4.292)
  79. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Lin, C.-T. (2011), “Group decision making model based on interval-valued fuzzy numbersCases on selection of recruiting approaches,” (in Chinese) Management Science Research 7 (2) 1-31.
  80. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Li, Y.-S. (2011), “The influential paths of wellness tourism advertising under the elaboration likelihood model,” (in Chinese) Operating Management Reviews 7 (1) 77-105.
  81. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Tang, Y.-T. (2011), “The intuitionistic fuzzy permutation method in multiple attribute decision making and experimental analysis on data collection reduction,” (in Chinese) Mingchi Management Review 42 (1) 13-23.
  82. Chen, T.-Y.*, Lu, Y.-Y., and Wang, H.-P. (2011), “Group decision making methods based on interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy sets,” (in Chinese) Journal of Business Administration 88 (Mar.) 39-68.
  83. Chen, T.-Y.*, Li, Y.-J., and Wang, H.-P. (2011), “A dissonance reduction method for intuitionistic fuzzy multi-criteria decision-making problems,” Pan-Pacific Management Review 14 (1) 1-27. DOI: 10.30166/PPMR.201101.0001
  84. Chen, T.-Y.*, Zheng, Y.-T., and Wang, H.-P. (2011), “Customer satisfaction measurement by intuitionstic fuzzy multiple attribute methods: A comparative analysis,” (in Chinese) Journal of Customer Satisfaction 7 (1) 101-134.
  85. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Li, C.-H. (2010), “Determining objective weights with intuitionistic fuzzy entropy measures: A comparative analysis,” Information Sciences 180 (21) 4207-4222. DOI: 10.1016/j.ins.2010.07.009 (November) (SCI, Rank: 9/155=5.81%, Q1, IF: 5.524)
  86. Chen, T.-Y.* (2010), “An outcome-oriented approach to multicriteria decision analysis with intuitionistic fuzzy optimistic/pessimistic operators,” Expert Systems with Applications 37 (12) 7762-7774. DOI: 10.1016/j.eswa.2010.04.064 (December) (SCI, Rank: 7/84=8.33%, Q1, IF: 4.292)
  87. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Tang, Y.-T. (2010), “The permutation method in multiple attribute decision making based on intuitionistic fuzzy sets,” (in Chinese) Management Science Research 7 (1) 1-16.
  88. Chen, T.-Y.*, Wang, H.-P., and Yen, L.-H. (2010), “An integrated model of consumer involvement based on fuzzy automata,” Pan-Pacific Management Review 13 (2) 1-34. DOI: 10.30166/PPMR.201007.0001
  89. Chen, T.-Y.*, Wu, C.-H., and Wang, H.-P. (2010), “The effect of brand name combinations on brand alliance,” (in Chinese) Marketing Review 7 (3) 323-356.
  90. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Li, C.-H. (2010), “Assessing informational importance by using intuitionistic fuzzy entropy measures and experimental analysis,” Advances in Fuzzy Sets and Systems 6 (1) 77-94. (MathSciNet, Global Impact Factor: 1.009)
  91. Chen, T.-Y.* (2010), “On properties of optimistic and pessimistic point operators over interval-valued fuzzy sets,” Advances in Fuzzy Sets and Systems 5 (2) 105-126. (MathSciNet, Global Impact Factor: 1.009)
  92. Chen, T.-Y.*, Huang, S.-F., and Wang, H.-P. (2010), “A comparative study applying intuitionistic fuzzy scales to measure store image,” (in Chinese) Journal of Business Administration 84 (Mar.) 71-106.
  93. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Shr, L.-C. (2010), “Using intuitionistic fuzzy evaluation functions and score functions to identify brand imagecases on mobile phones,” (in Chinese) Management Science Research 6 (2) 1-29.
  94. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Shr, L.-C. (2010), “Using intuitionistic fuzzy evaluation functions to develop the measurement model of brand image,” (in Chinese) Mingchi Management Review 41 (2) 21-36.
  95. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Li, C.-H. (2009), “A comparative analysis of objective weighting methods with intuitionistic fuzzy entropy measures,” Journal of the Chinese Institute of Industrial Engineers 26 (6) 469-479. DOI: 10.1080/10170660909509161 (November) (EI, TSSCI)
  96. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Wang, J.-C. (2009), “Interval-valued fuzzy permutation method and experimental analysis on cardinal and ordinal evaluations,” Journal of Computer and System Sciences 75 (7) 371-387. DOI: 10.1016/j.jcss.2009.03.002 (November) (SCI, Rank: 62/104=59.62%, Q3, IF: 1.129)
  97. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Chou, C.-C. (2009), “Fuzzy automata with Atanassov’s intuitionistic fuzzy sets and their applications to product involvement,” Journal of the Chinese Institute of Industrial Engineers 26 (4) 245-254. DOI: 10.1080/10170660909509140 (July) (EI, TSSCI)
  98. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Huang, S.-F. (2009), “Measuring store image by using intuitionistic fuzzy averaging operationscases on department stores,” (in Chinese) Chaoyang Business and Management Review 8 (3-4) 75-98.
  99. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Shr, L.-C. (2009), “Using intuitionistic fuzzy multiattribute models to measure brand image,” (in Chinese) Management Research 9 (Dec.) 137-176. DOI: 10.6626/MR.2009.9.06
  100. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Huang, S.-F. (2009), “Exploring the measurement of store images based on intuitionistic fuzzy scales and evaluation functions,” (in Chinese) Operating Management Reviews 5 (2) 1-16.
  101. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Huang, S.-F. (2009), “The intuitionistic fuzzy scaling model of store image: Applications of evaluation functions and score functions,” (in Chinese) Chung Yuan Management Review 7 (2) 55-80.
  102. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Li, Y.-W. (2009), “The extended TOPSIS method with interval-valued fuzzy sets and experimental analysis on separation measures,” Advances in Fuzzy Sets and Systems 4 (3) 269-292. (MathSciNet, Global Impact Factor: 1.009)
  103. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Li, Y.-W. (2009), “The intuitionistic fuzzy TOPSIS method in decision analysis and experimental analysis on distance measures,” Pan-Pacific Management Review 12 (2) 77-111.
  104. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Zheng, Y.-T. (2009), “Consumer satisfaction with the intuitionistic fuzzy sets: Conceptualization and measurement,” (in Chinese) Marketing Review 6 (2) 159-184. DOI: 10.29931/MR.200906.0001
  105. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Lu, P.-J. (2009), “The study of cognitive age and exploratory buying behavior for elderly people,” (in Chinese) Mingchi Management Review 41 (1) 57-71.
  106. Chen, T.-Y.*, Chu, Y.Y., and Shr, L.-C. (2009), “Exploring consumer perceived barriers towards mobile internet and their influential factors in the perspective of innovation adoption and resistance,” (in Chinese) Mingchi Management Review 40 (2) 27-44.
  107. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Zheng, Y.-T. (2009), “Extending the concept of consumer satisfaction by using averaging operations based on intuitionistic fuzzy sets,” (in Chinese) Operating Management Reviews 5 (1) 55-80.
  108. Liao, T.-H., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2008), “The relationships among product knowledge, anxiety, and post-purchase dissonance,” (in Chinese) Journal of Management and Systems 15 (3) 411-438. (July) (TSSCI)
  109. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Tsao, C.-Y. (2008), “The interval-valued fuzzy TOPSIS method and experimental analysis,” Fuzzy Sets and Systems 159 (11) 1410-1428. DOI: 10.1016/j.fss.2007.11.004 (June) (SCI, Rank: 7/123=5.69%, Q1, IF: 2.907)
  110. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Ku, T.-C. (2008), “Importance-assessing method with fuzzy number-valued fuzzy measures and discussions on TFNs and TrFNs,” International Journal of Fuzzy Systems 10 (2) 92-103. (June) (SCI, Rank: 41/133=30.83%, Q2, IF: 3.085)
  111. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Tien, G.-F. (2008), “The metrics for measuring the effectiveness of web advertisements,” (in Chinese) Journal of Management and Systems 15 (2) 177-208. (April) (TSSCI)
  112. Chen, T.-Y.*, Wu, F.-H., and Shr, L.-C. (2008), “Exploring influential factors on consumer intentions to use cash cards based on the theory of planned behavior,” (in Chinese) Management Research 8 (2) 107-137. DOI: 10.6626/MR.2008.8.05
  113. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Huang, S.-Y. (2008), “Exploring effective market segmentation and segmentation bases for mobile commerce,” (in Chinese) Operating Management Reviews 4 (2) 97-126.
  114. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Peng, Y.-M. (2008), “Reducing positive leniency in importance assessing with fuzzy measure ratings,” Advances in Fuzzy Sets and Systems 3 (2) 175-219. (MathSciNet, Global Impact Factor: 1.009)
  115. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Chou, C.-C. (2008), “Conceptualizing product involvement using fuzzy automata: An integrated model of antecedents and consequences,” Pan-Pacific Management Review 11 (2) 1-37.
  116. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Chen, R.-R. (2008), “A study on the product involvement using fuzzy systems -- cases on automobile,” (in Chinese) Management Science Research 5 (1) 61-97.
  117. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Yen, L.-H. (2008), “Intuitionistic fuzzy automata and applications to consumer involvement in marketing,” Advances in Fuzzy Sets and Systems 3 (1) 43-85. (MathSciNet, Global Impact Factor: 1.009)
  118. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Wang, H.-P. (2007), “Using fuzzy automata to develop an integrated model for personal involvement in advertising,” International Journal of Fuzzy Systems 9 (4) 247-260. DOI: 10.1.1.618.5057 (December) (SCI, Rank: 41/133=30.83%, Q2, IF: 3.085)
  119. Chen, T.-Y.* (2007), “A note on distances between intuitionistic fuzzy sets and/or interval-valued fuzzy sets based on the Hausdorff metric,” Fuzzy Sets and Systems 158 (22) 2523-2525. DOI: 10.1016/j.fss.2007.04.024 (November) (SCI, Rank: 7/123=5.69%, Q1, IF: 2.907)
  120. Chen, T.-Y.* (2007), “Remarks on the subtraction and division operations over intuitionistic fuzzy sets and interval-valued fuzzy sets,” International Journal of Fuzzy Systems 9 (3) 169-172. (September) (SCI, Rank: 41/133=30.83%, Q2, IF: 3.085)
  121. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Tsui, C.-W. (2007), “An inquiry into consumer decision rules with fuzzy inference,” (in Chinese), Management Science Research, Special Issue, 11-34.
  122. Chen, T.-Y.*, Pan, X.-H., and Tsui, C.-W. (2007), “Examining the influences of telepresence and vividness of visual imagery on online learning efficiency,” (in Chinese) Operating Management Reviews, Special Issue, 113-138.
  123. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Lin, H.-T. (2007), “A study of brand equity and switching barrier affecting customer loyalty in private banking clients,” (in Chinese) Mingchi Management Review 38 (2) 81-96.
  124. Chen, T.-Y.* (2006), “Using a distance between fuzzy number-valued fuzzy measures to determine attribute importance: An outcome-oriented perspective,” International Journal of Fuzzy Systems 8 (3) 127-136. DOI: 10.1.1.580.9665 (September) (SCI, Rank: 41/133=30.83%, Q2, IF: 3.085)
  125. Chen, T.-Y.*, Chen, M.-H., and Chu, Y.Y. (2006), “The influences of multimedia message service characteristics on advertising value and effectiveness,” (in Chinese) Marketing Review 3 (3) 279-310.
  126. Chen, T.-Y.*, and He, Q.-Y. (2006), “Applying decision tree techniques to explore the bases of market segmentation of CCRCs,” (in Chinese) Operating Management Reviews 2 (2) 61-84.
  127. Chen, T.-Y.*, Hsieh, C.-M. Jamal, and Liu, M.-Y. (2006), “Relationship quality and its relation to customer loyalty: Research on health examination centers using LISREL,” (in Chinese) Mingchi Management Review 38 (1) 43-62.
  128. Chen, T.-Y.*, and He, Q.-Y. (2006), “Applying decision tree techniques to segmentation bases for e-marketing,” (in Chinese) Management Science Research 3 (1) 1-25.
  129. Wang, J.-C., and Chen, T.-Y.* (2005), “Experimental analysis of l-fuzzy measure identification by evolutionary algorithms,” International Journal of Fuzzy Systems 7 (1) 1-10. (March) (SCI, Rank: 41/133=30.83%, Q2, IF: 3.085)
  130. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Li, K.-W. (2005), “Experimental analysis of different types of Internet advertisements on consumer attention,” (in Chinese) Journal of Management and Systems 12 (2) 1-31. (April) (TSSCI)
  131. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Chen, Y.-H. (2005), “Applying fuzzy number-valued fuzzy measures on weight assessment,” (in Chinese) Industry and Management Forum 7 (4) 153-177. (December) (TSSCI)
  132. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Chen, R.-R. (2005), “Applying fuzzy measures and competence sets to design the expansion process of the service set for cybercafes,” (in Chinese) Electronic Commerce Studies 3 (2) 173-192. DOI: 10.29767/ECS.200507.0004
  133. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Chen, D.-Y. (2005), “Exploring the relation between client-side functions of the travel web site and performance indices for eCRM,” (in Chinese) Mingchi Management Review 37 (1) 51-64.
  134. Chen, T.-Y.*, Chen, X.-D., and Chen, Y.-H. (2005), “i-mode: Any people can enjoy mobile-commerce services in anyplace at any time,” (in Chinese) Journal of Chinese Management Case Studies, Fall 2002/Spring 2003, 53-74.
  135. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Chen, X.-D. (2005), “i-mode: Any people can enjoy mobile-commerce services in anyplace at any time (teaching manual),” (in Chinese) Journal of Chinese Management Case Studies, Fall 2002/Spring 2003, 75-85.
  136. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Lu, P.-J. (2005), “Formosa Live Station: Energy deliverer of refined oil products for Formosa Petrochemical Corporation,” (in Chinese) Journal of Chinese Management Case Studies, Fall 2002/Spring 2003, 86-112.
  137. Chen, T.-Y.*, Lu, P.-J., and Chen, X.-D. (2005), “Formosa Live Station: Energy deliverer of refined oil products for Formosa Petrochemical Corporation (teaching manual),” (in Chinese) Journal of Chinese Management Case Studies, Fall 2002/Spring 2003, 113-130.
  138. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Lin, Z.-X. (2005), “Exploring elderly people’s intention to reside at long-term care institutions -- the influences of demographic variables, lifestyle, behavior variables, and consumer involvement,” (in Chinese) Operating Management Reviews 1 (1) 47-77.
  139. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Kang, C.-W. (2005), “The relationship between the degree of involvement with on-line products and consumption behavior--cases of on-line games, e-learning, and on-line trading,” (in Chinese) Hsuan Chuang Journal of Management 2 (1) 50-88.
  140. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Huang, C.-H. (2005), “Exploring effective market segmentation and segmentation bases for Internet marketing,” (in Chinese) Hsuan Chuang Journal of Management 2 (1) 89-121.
  141. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Lai, C.-H. (2004), “A study on the components of online store images and the influences with consumer buying behavior,” (in Chinese) Journal of Industry Management 5 (2) 203-233.
  142. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Hu, K.-J. (2004), “The first car of Formosa Automobile Corporation: MAGNUS,” (in Chinese) Journal of Chinese Management Case Studies, Fall 2001/Spring 2002, 44-68.
  143. Chen, T.-Y.*, Hu, K.-J., and Lai, C.-H. (2004), “The first car of Formosa Automobile Corporation: MAGNUS (teaching manual),” (in Chinese) Journal of Chinese Management Case Studies, Fall 2001/Spring 2002, 69-78.
  144. Chen, T.-Y.* (2003), “Expansion design of competence sets for the consumer decision problem,” (in Chinese) Journal of Management 20 (5) 859-897. DOI: 10.6504/JOM.2003.20.05.02 (October) (TSSCI)
  145. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Tzeng, G.-H. (2003), “Exploring the public attitude using fuzzy measures and fuzzy integrals,” Pan-Pacific Management Review 6 (1) 45-58. DOI: 10.30166/PPMR.200301.0003
  146. Chen, T.-Y.* (2002), “Expanding competence sets for the consumer decision problem,” European Journal of Operational Research 138 (3) 622-648. DOI: 10.1016/S0377-2217(01)00152-7 (May) (SCI, Rank: 13/84=15.48%, Q1, IF: 3.806)
  147. Chen, T.-Y.*, Chang, H.-L., and Tzeng, G.-H. (2002), “Using fuzzy measures and habitual domains to analyze the public attitude and apply on the gas taxi policy,” European Journal of Operational Research 137 (1) 145-161. DOI: 10.1016/S0377-2217(01)00137-0 (February) (SCI, Rank: 13/84=15.48%, Q1, IF: 3.806)
  148. Chen, T.-Y.* (2002), “Analyzing consumers’ extensive problem solving processes using competence sets,” Pan-Pacific Management Review 5 (1) 45-64.
  149. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Wang, J.-C. (2001), “Identification of l-fuzzy measures using sampling design and genetic algorithms,” Fuzzy Sets and Systems 123 (3) 321-341. DOI: 10.1016/S0165-0114(01)00010-0 (November) (SCI, Rank: 7/123=5.69%, Q1, IF: 2.907)
  150. Chen, T.-Y.* (2001), “Using competence sets to analyze the consumer decision problem,” European Journal of Operational Research 128 (1) 98-118. DOI: 10.1016/S0377-2217(99)00353-7 (January) (SCI, Rank: 13/84=15.48%, Q1, IF: 3.806)
  151. Chen, T.-Y.*, Chang, H.-L., and Tzeng, G.-H. (2001), “Using a weight-assessing model to identify route choice criteria and information effects,” Transportation Research Part APolicy and Practice 35 (3) 197-224. DOI: 10.1016/S0965-8564(99)00055-5 (March) (SSCI, SCI, Rank: 34/363=9.37%, Q1, IF: 3.693)
  152. Chen, T.-Y.*, Wang, J.-C., and Tzeng, G.-H. (2001), “Using genetic algorithms to identify fuzzy measures for multiple attribute decision making,” Pan-Pacific Management Review 4 (2) 127-143. DOI: 10.30166/PPMR.200108.0001
  153. Chen, T.-Y.*, Chang, C.-C., and Tzeng, G.-H. (2001), “Applying fuzzy measures to establish priority-setting procedures for the pavement management system,” Pan-Pacific Management Review 4 (1) 35-54.
  154. Chen, T.-Y.*, Wang, J.-C., and Tzeng, G.-H. (2000), “Identification of general fuzzy measure by genetic algorithm based on partial information,” IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and CyberneticsPart B: Cybernetics 30 (4) 517-528. DOI: 10.1109/3477.865169 (August) (SCI, Rank: 1/62=1.62%, Q1, IF: 10.387)
  155. Chen, T.-Y.*, and Tzeng, G.-H. (2000), “Reducing the amount of information necessary to compute fuzzy measures used in multiattribute decision making,” (in Chinese) Journal of Management 17 (3) 483-514. (September) (TSSCI)
  156. Chen, T.-Y.*, Wang, J.-C., and Tzeng, G.-H. (1999), “Dynamic analysis of importance-assessing for evaluation criteria using habitual domain theory,” (in Chinese) Journal of Management 16 (2) 255-283. (June) (TSSCI)
  157. Tzeng, G.-H.*, Chen, T.-Y., and Wang, J.-C. (1998), “A weight-assessing method with habitual domains,” European Journal of Operational Research 110 (2) 342-367. DOI: 10.1016/S0377-2217(97)00246-4 (October) (SCI, Rank: 13/84=15.48%, Q1, IF: 3.806)
  158. Chen, T.-Y., Chang, H.-L.*, and Huang, S.-F. (1997), “A study of attributes’ interaction in decision making for mode choice using habitual domains--a case of motorcycle users in Taipei,” (in Chinese) Transportation Planning Journal 26 (1) 1-36. (March) (TSSCI)
  159. Chang, H.-L.*, and Chen, T.-Y. (1996), “Competence set analysis of mode choice and its application on Mass Rapid Transit,” (in Chinese) Transportation Planning Journal 25 (3) 439-466. (September) (TSSCI)

 

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