Methods for reducing the number of representatives in representation choice tasks

@inproceedings{Nguyen2004MethodsFR,
  title={Methods for reducing the number of representatives in representation choice tasks},
  author={Ngoc Thanh Nguyen and Czeslaw Danilowicz},
  year={2004}
}
A representation choice problem is based on the selection of an object (or objects) called a representative (or representatives), which should at best represent a given set of objects. For solving this problem in the most of cases one defines a distance function between objects and representation choice functions (choice criteria). However, it often happens that the number of representatives is too large, what in many practical situations is not convenient for decision making processes and… CONTINUE READING

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