Multiperson Decision Making Models Using Fuzzy Sets and Possibility Theory

September 26, 2011|
Multiperson Decision Making Models Using Fuzzy Sets and Possibility Theory by J. Kacprzyk
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Decision making is certainly a very crucial component of many human activities. It is, therefore, not surprising that models of decisions play a very important role not only in decision theory but also in areas such as operations Research, Management science, social Psychology etc . . The basic model of a decision in classical normative decision theory has very little in common with real decision making: It portrays a decision as a clear-cut act of choice, performed by one individual decision maker and in which states of nature, possible actions, results and preferences are well and crisply defined. The only compo­ nent in which uncertainty is permitted is the occurence of the different states of nature, for which probabilistic descriptions are allowed. These probabilities are generally assumed to be known numerically, i. e. as single probabili­ ties or as probability distribution functions. Extensions of this basic model can primarily be conceived in three directions: 1. Rather than a single decision maker there are several decision makers involved. This has lead to the areas of game theory, team theory and group decision theory. 2. The preference or utility function is not single valued but rather vector valued. This extension is considered in multiattribute utility theory and in multicritieria analysis. 3.
1. Introductory Sections.- Multiperson Decision Making: a Selective Review.- Fuzzy Set Theory as a Theory of Vagueness.- Vague Notions in the Theory of Voting.- 2. General Issues Related to Decision Making under Fuzziness.- Aggregation of Possibility Measures.- Modelling Valued Preference Relations.- Revealed Fuzzy Preferences.- Catego...
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Title:Multiperson Decision Making Models Using Fuzzy Sets and Possibility TheoryFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:9.25 X 6.1 X 0 inShipping dimensions:9.25 X 6.1 X 0 inPublished:September 26, 2011Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401074488

ISBN - 13:9789401074483

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