Possibility for Decision - A Possibilistic Approach to Real Life Decisions

@inproceedings{Carlsson2011PossibilityFD,
  title={Possibility for Decision - A Possibilistic Approach to Real Life Decisions},
  author={Christer Carlsson and Robert Full{\'e}r},
  booktitle={Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing},
  year={2011}
}
This book starts with the basic concepts of fuzzy sets and progresses througha normative view on possibility distributions and OWA operators in multiple criteria decisions. Five applications (that all build on experience from solving complex real world problems)of possibility distributions to strategic decisions about closing/not closinga production plant using fuzzy real options, portfolio selection with imprecise future data,predictive probabilities and possibilities for risk assessment in… CONTINUE READING

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