The book offers a comprehensive introduction to methods for solving multiple criteria decision making and group decision making
problems with hesitant fuzzy information. It reports on the authors' latest research, as well as on others' research, providing
readers with a complete set of decision making tools, such as hesitant fuzzy TOPSIS, hesitant fuzzy TODIM, hesitant fuzzy
LINMAP, hesitant fuzzy QUALIFEX, and the deviation modeling approach with heterogeneous fuzzy information. The main focus
is on decision making problems in which the criteria values and/or the weights of criteria are not expressed in crisp numbers
but are more suitable to be denoted as hesitant fuzzy elements. The largest part of the book is devoted to new methods recently
developed by the authors to solve decision making problems in situations where the available information is vague or hesitant.
These methods are presented in detail, together with their application to different type of decision-making problems. All
in all, the book represents a valuable reference guide for graduate students and researchers in the both fields of fuzzy logic
and decision making.