Helen M. Moshkovich

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Intelligent decision support requires knowledge elicitation processes. Two primary approaches for knowledge elicitation in a multiattribute classification task are 1) direct elicitation of decision rules in the form of productions, and 2) classification of multiattribute objects by an expert as a basis for development of the underlying decision rules. This(More)
The article discusses the contradiction between the ambiguity of human judgment in a multicriterion environment and the exactness of the assessments required in the majority of the decision-making methods. Preferential information from the decision makers in the ordinal form (e.g., ‘‘more preferable’’, ‘‘less preferable’’, etc.) is argued to be more stable(More)
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