Pub. online:28 Nov 2022Type:Research ArticleOpen Access
Volume 33, Issue 4 (2022), pp. 857–899
T-spherical fuzzy (T-SF) sets furnish a constructive and flexible manner to manifest higher-order fuzzy information in realistic decision-making contexts. The objective of this research article is to deliver an original multiple-criteria choice method that utilizes a correlation-focused approach toward computational intelligence in uncertain decision-making activities with T-spherical fuzziness. This study introduces the notion of T-SF data-driven correlation measures that are predicated on two types of the square root function and the maximum function. The purpose of these measures is to exhibit the overall desirability of choice options across all performance criteria using T-SF comprehensive correlation indices within T-SF decision environments. This study executes an application for location selection and demonstrates the effectiveness and suitability of the developed techniques in T-SF uncertain conditions. The comparative analysis and outcomes substantiate the justifiability and the strengths of the propounded methodology in pragmatic situations under T-SF uncertainties.