Multiple levels of preference in interactive strategic decisions

  title={Multiple levels of preference in interactive strategic decisions},
  author={Haiyan Xu and Keith W. Hipel and D. Marc Kilgour},
  journal={Discrete Applied Mathematics},
A multiple-level preference ranking structure is developed within the paradigm of the Graph Model for Conflict Resolution to study multi-objective decision making in conflict situations more realistically. In this structure, a decision maker may have multiple levels of preference for one state or scenario over another; for example, if state A is preferred to state B, it may be mildly preferred at level 1, more strongly preferred at level 2, . . ., or maximally preferred at level r , where r > 0… CONTINUE READING
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