Objectivity and subjectivity in thedecision making process


Classical Operations Research assumed objectivity. Operations researchers hardly bothered to ask the decision maker about his or her preferences, assuming that a well-defined single objective function was an adequate representation of the decision problem. Many multicriteria decision methods began in response to this failure of Operations Research. Other… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1018980318183


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