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By Marek Makowski, Andrzej P. Wierzbicki (auth.), Professor Xinghuo Yu, Professor Janusz Kacprzyk (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642535348

ISBN-13: 9783642535345

Soft computing has supplied refined methodologies for the improvement of clever choice help structures. quick advances in tender computing applied sciences, equivalent to fuzzy common sense and platforms, synthetic neural networks and evolutionary computation, have made to be had strong challenge illustration and modelling paradigms, and studying and optimisation mechanisms for addressing smooth choice making matters. This ebook presents a entire insurance of updated conceptual frameworks in widely perceived choice help structures and winning functions. assorted from different current books, this quantity predominately makes a speciality of utilized determination help with tender computing. parts lined comprise making plans, administration finance and management in either the personal and public sectors.

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Therefore they are based on a mixture of modeler's knowledge, experience and intuition. g. [46] for a more detailed discussion of related topics. 1 2 As already illustrated in Figure 1, a mathematical model is used for predicting the consequences of decisions x, which can be either proposed by a DM or computed by a DSS. The consequences are measured by values of outcome variables y. Therefore, a model can be represented by mapping y = F(x, z), where x E Ex, z E E z , and y E E y are vectors of values of decisions, external decisions, and outcomes, respectively.

Adecision and its outcome that are not Pareto-optimal are called Pareto-dominated. Equivalently, Paretooptimal decisions and outcomes can also be called Pareto-nondominated. The sets of Pareto-optimal decisions and outcomes typically contain many elements, not just a single decision and its outcome. Thus, Pareto-optimality is an essentially weaker concept than single-criterion optimality. Pareto-optimality does not tell us which decisions to choose, it tells us only which decisions to avoid. This nonuniqueness of Pareto-optimal decisions has been considered a drawback in classical decision analysis; thus, in addition to a substantive model, a complete preferential model was usually assumed that specified adefinite utility or value function whose maximum defined - hopefully, uniquely - "the optimal" decision and outcome.

Continuous, 8 9 However its implementation is complex, and it requires advanced methodological and software approaches described in [3J and [39J, respectively. In fact in a typical complex model a majority of variables are so-called auxiliary variables, which are introduced for various technical reasons, and are therefore not interested for users. 25 integer, binary, fuzzy, stochastic, dynamic, linguistic. g. a continuous variable for a concentration, binary variable for a logical (yes or no) choice.

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