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by Marc Roubens

eBook Non-Conventional Preference Relations in Decision Making (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems) download ISBN: 3540189548
Author: Marc Roubens
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (April 4, 1988)
Language: English
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Most practical applications of multicriteria decision making can be formulated in terms of efficient points determined by preference cones with polyhedral closure.

Most practical applications of multicriteria decision making can be formulated in terms of efficient points determined by preference cones with polyhedral closure. Using linear approximations and duality from mathematical programming, we characterize a family of supporting hyperplanes that define the efficient facets of a set of alternatives with respect to such preference cones. We show that a subset of these hyperplanes generate maximal efficient facets.

Bibliographic Information. Non-Conventional Preference Relations in Decision Making. Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Bernard ROY Professor, University of Paris-Dauphine Director of LAMSADE 11 is not unusual for a dozen or so loosely related working papers to be published in book form as the natural outgrowth of a scientific gathering

Bernard ROY Professor, University of Paris-Dauphine Director of LAMSADE 11 is not unusual for a dozen or so loosely related working papers to be published in book form as the natural outgrowth of a scientific gathering. Although many a volu- me of collected papers has come into point in this way, the homogeneity of the arti- cles included will often be more apparent than real. As the reader will quickly ob- serve, such is not the case with the present volume. As one can judge from its ti- tle, 1t is in fact an outcome of an ed~torial project by J. Kacprzyk and M. Roubens.

The theory on the evolution of preferences deals with the endogenous formation of preference relations in strategic situations. It is related to the field of evolutionary game theory. Models are based on the 'indirect evolutionary approach' according to which preferences determine choice behavior which in turn determines evolutionary success. The latter eventually governs the evolution of preferences. Literature usually considers a class of preferences which admit an expected utility representation. In this book we analyze the role and the influence of general, possibly non-expected.

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The course has been designed to convey to the students how mathematics can be used in the modern micro and macro economic analysis. Emphasis is placed on the model-building techniques, methods of solution and economic interpretations. Topics studied comprise the following: differential equations, dynamic pro gramming, optimal control theory and stochastic processes. programming and its applicability for solving problems in economics,, have developed skills in working with the Brownian and Wiener stochastic processes. and have the idea how Ito’s integral is applied.

Conventional management focused on budgeting, costing system and financial performance whereas contemporary .

Conventional management focused on budgeting, costing system and financial performance whereas contemporary management includes activity-based costing, balanced scorecards, business process reengineering, customer profitability analysis ec. Non-financial information is also needed to help make decisions- these are things that are outside the organisation such as other business structures, customer demands, how long delivery is taking, is current staff being trained well to do their jobs accordingly. Contemporary (today).

2) Reference Systems (Benchmark): modern economics provides various . A product in economics science is an economic conclusion.

2) Reference Systems (Benchmark): modern economics provides various ref-erence systems. For instance, the general equilibrium theory we will study in this course is such a reference system. Mathematical approach is an approach to economic analysis in which the economists make use of math-ematical symbols in the statement of a problem and also draw upon known mathematical theorems to aid in reasoning.

Bernard ROY Professor, University of Paris-Dauphine Director of LAMSADE 11 is not unusual for a dozen or so loosely related working papers to be published in book form as the natural outgrowth of a scientific gathering. Although many a volu­ me of collected papers has come into point in this way, the homogeneity of the arti­ cles included will often be more apparent than real. As the reader will quickly ob­ serve, such is not the case with the present volume. As one can judge from its ti­ tle, 1t is in fact an outcome of an ed~torial project by J. Kacprzyk and M. Roubens. T~ey asked contributing authors to submit recent works which would examine. within a non-traditional theoretical framework, preference analysis and preference modeliing 1n a fuzzy context oriented towards decision aid. The articles by J.P. Ooignon, B. Monjardet, T. Tanino and Ph. Vincke empnasize the analysis of oreference structures, mainly in the presence of incomparability. In­ transitivlty, thresholds and, more generally, inaccurate determination. Considera­ ble attention is devoted to the analysis of efficient and non-dominated (in Pareto's sense of the term) decisions in the four papers presented by S. Ovchinnikov and M.