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# Preference Modelling Using the Level-Dependent Choquet Integral with Respect to Lukasiewicz Filters

HLINĚNÁ, D. KALINA, M. KRÁĽ, P.

Original Title

Preference Modelling Using the Level-Dependent Choquet Integral with Respect to Lukasiewicz Filters

Czech Title

Preferenční modelováni za použití Choquetova Integrálu vzhledem k Lukasiewiczovu filtru

English Title

Preference Modelling Using the Level-Dependent Choquet Integral with Respect to Lukasiewicz Filters

Type

book chapter

Language

en

Original Abstract

In many decision problems a set of actions is evaluated with respect to a set of points of view, called criteria. The main aim of this contribution is to look for an appropriate utility function. Moreover, we will investigate the interactions of criteria, which have been considered through non-additive integrals such as Choquet integral. We illustrate our approach on a practical example.

Czech abstract

V príspevku pracujeme s multikriteriálnym problémom a zaoberáme sa predovšetkým modelovaním interakcii medzi kritériami.

English abstract

In many decision problems a set of actions is evaluated with respect to a set of points of view, called criteria. The main aim of this contribution is to look for an appropriate utility function. Moreover, we will investigate the interactions of criteria, which have been considered through non-additive integrals such as Choquet integral. We illustrate our approach on a practical example.

Keywords

Choquet integral, measure, preference structures

RIV year

2009

Released

14.12.2009

Publisher

Springer

Location

Berlin / Heidelberg

ISBN

978-3-642-10726-9

Book

Foundations of Reasoning under Uncertainty, Series: Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing , Vol. 249

Edition

1

Edition number

249

Pages from

167

Pages to

188

Pages count

22

BibTex

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@inbook{BUT55750,
author="Dana {Hliněná} and Martin {Kalina} and Pavol {Kráľ}",
title="Preference Modelling Using the Level-Dependent Choquet Integral with Respect to Lukasiewicz Filters",
annote="In many decision problems a set of
actions is evaluated with respect to a
set of points of view, called criteria.
The main aim of this contribution
is to look for an appropriate utility
function. Moreover, we will investigate
the interactions of criteria,
which have been considered through
integral. We illustrate our approach
on a practical example.",