Neutrosophic Analysis of the Right to Housing

Authors

  • Jairo Mauricio Puetate Paucar Universidad Regional Autónoma de Los Andes, Sede Tulcán
  • Miguel Angel Guambo Llerena Universidad Regional Autónoma de Los Andes, Sede Riobamba
  • Genesis Karolina Robles Zambrano Universidad Regional Autónoma de Los Andes, Extensión Quevedo
  • Laura Marlene Ochoa Escobar Universidad Regional Autónoma de Los Andes, Sede Babahoyo

Keywords:

housing, AHP, TOPSIS, Neutrosophy

Abstract

The right to housing leads to the integration of the human being into the family and sets the basis for integrating economic, social, and cultural participation. It is established and recognized in national and international regulations and public policies on the protection of Human Rights and the right to an adequate and dignified standard of living. The violation of the right to housing puts at risk the right of the human being to make a family, to health, to physical and mental integrity. Housing is essential for survival and the achievement of a life with security and comfort. From the current state, it is necessary and opportune to evaluate the legal system to determine the factors that cause deficiencies in the legal system and visualize the State's solutions to decent housing through public policies. For this, the modeling of Saaty's AHP and Neutrosophic TOPSIS methods were used. As a result, it is proposed to develop a necessary public policy and support low-income families to achieve a decent home.

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Published

2022-12-01

How to Cite

Puetate Paucar, J. M. ., Guambo Llerena, M. A. ., Robles Zambrano, G. K. ., & Ochoa Escobar, L. M. . (2022). Neutrosophic Analysis of the Right to Housing. Neutrosophic Sets and Systems, 52, 73-84. Retrieved from http://fs.unm.edu/NSS2/index.php/111/article/view/2634