Helen M. Moshkovich

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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)
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)
Many classi®cation tasks can be viewed as ordinal. Use of numeric information usually provides possibilities for more powerful analysis than ordinal data. On the other hand, ordinal data allows more powerful analysis when compared to nominal data. It is therefore important not to overlook knowledge about ordinal dependencies in data sets used in data(More)
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