Consensus building and the Graph Model for Conflict Resolution

@article{Inohara2010ConsensusBA,
  title={Consensus building and the Graph Model for Conflict Resolution},
  author={Takehiro Inohara},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics},
  year={2010},
  pages={2841-2846}
}
  • T. Inohara
  • Published 22 November 2010
  • Mathematics
  • 2010 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics
Consensus building in group decision situations is analyzed within the framework of the Graph Model for Conflict Resolution (GMCR). A group decision situation and consensus in the situation are treated in a mathematical framework for the analysis of committees with permissible ranges of decision makers, and stability and unstability of consensus and non-consensus states are examined within the framework of the GMCR. Consequently, the followings are verified: i) all consensus states are Nash… 

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