COMPARISON OF EXPERIMENTS IN DECISION PROBLEMS

@inproceedings{Jain2015COMPARISONOE,
  title={COMPARISON OF EXPERIMENTS IN DECISION PROBLEMS},
  author={Pramod Jain and Mar{\'i}a Angeles Gil},
  year={2015}
}
The choice of an optimal action in a Decision-Making problem involving fuzzy utilities has been approached in previous studies. This choice reduces, in most of them, to model the fuzzy utilities and the expected fuzzy utility (that is usually considered as a fuzzy number), and to select a technique for ranking fuzzy numbers that fits well the situation. In this paper, we incorporate a new element to the Decision problem above: the sample information supplied by a random experiment associated… CONTINUE READING

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