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❒ Preference relation
, 2012
"... Part of the slides are based on a previous course with D. Figueiredo (UFRJ) and H. Zhang (Suffolk University) What is Game Theory About? ❒ Mathematical/Logical analysis of situations of conflict and cooperation 2 2 ..."
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Part of the slides are based on a previous course with D. Figueiredo (UFRJ) and H. Zhang (Suffolk University) What is Game Theory About? ❒ Mathematical/Logical analysis of situations of conflict and cooperation 2 2
Consistency of reciprocal preference relations
 in Proc. 2007 IEEE Int. Conf. Fuzzy Systems, 2007
"... Abstract — The consistency of reciprocal preference relations is studied. Consistency is related with rationality, which is associated with the transitivity property. For fuzzy preference relations many properties have been suggested to model transitivity and, consequently, consistency may be measur ..."
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Abstract — The consistency of reciprocal preference relations is studied. Consistency is related with rationality, which is associated with the transitivity property. For fuzzy preference relations many properties have been suggested to model transitivity and, consequently, consistency may
Utility Representation of an Incomplete Preference Relation
, 2000
"... We consider the problem of representing a (possibly) incomplete preference relation by means of a vectorvalued utility function. Continuous and semicontinuous representation results are reported in the case of preference relations that are, in a sense, not “too incomplete.” These results generalize ..."
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We consider the problem of representing a (possibly) incomplete preference relation by means of a vectorvalued utility function. Continuous and semicontinuous representation results are reported in the case of preference relations that are, in a sense, not “too incomplete.” These results
Derived strengths of preference relations on coordinates
 Economic Letters
, 1988
"... A way is indicated to derive, from a preference relation on a Cartesian product, strength of preference relations on the coordinate sets. These strengths of preference relations are then used to reformulate several wellknown properties of preference relations, and make their meaning more transparen ..."
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A way is indicated to derive, from a preference relation on a Cartesian product, strength of preference relations on the coordinate sets. These strengths of preference relations are then used to reformulate several wellknown properties of preference relations, and make their meaning more
Prioritising Preference Relations
 Theory and Formal Methods 1993: Proceedings of the First Imperial College, Department of Computing, Workshop on Theory and Formal Methods, Isle of Thorns Conference Centre, Chelwood Gate
, 1993
"... We describe some ideas and results about the following problem: Given a set, a family of "preference relations" on the set, and a "priority" among those preference relations, which elements of the set are best? That is, which elements are most preferred by a consensus of the pref ..."
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We describe some ideas and results about the following problem: Given a set, a family of "preference relations" on the set, and a "priority" among those preference relations, which elements of the set are best? That is, which elements are most preferred by a consensus
Preference Relations in Decision Models
"... Abstract: In this paper we summarize some results on constructing preference relations from criterion values, in the framework of multiple criteria decision making. First we recall two types of methods to build a comprehensive preference model. Then we show how to construct crisp and fuzzy preferenc ..."
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Abstract: In this paper we summarize some results on constructing preference relations from criterion values, in the framework of multiple criteria decision making. First we recall two types of methods to build a comprehensive preference model. Then we show how to construct crisp and fuzzy
POSETVALUED PREFERENCE RELATIONS
"... In decision processes some objects may not be comparable with respect to a preference relation, especially if several criteria are considered. To provide a model for such cases a poset valued preference relation is introduced as a fuzzy relation on a set of alternatives with membership values in a ..."
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In decision processes some objects may not be comparable with respect to a preference relation, especially if several criteria are considered. To provide a model for such cases a poset valued preference relation is introduced as a fuzzy relation on a set of alternatives with membership values
Preferences over Inflation and Unemployment: Evidence from Surveys of Happiness
, 2000
"... This paper has two aims. The first is to show that citizens care about these two variables. We present evidence that inflation and unemployment belong in a wellbeing function. The second is to calculate the costs of inflation in terms of unemployment. We measure the relative size of the weights att ..."
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This paper has two aims. The first is to show that citizens care about these two variables. We present evidence that inflation and unemployment belong in a wellbeing function. The second is to calculate the costs of inflation in terms of unemployment. We measure the relative size of the weights
Supervised Learning of Preference Relations
, 1998
"... In this paper we investigate the problem of learning a preference relation from a given set of ranked objects. The main difference between preference learning and standard classification learning is the demand, that the mapping from objects to ranks has to be transitive and antisymmetric. To mode ..."
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In this paper we investigate the problem of learning a preference relation from a given set of ranked objects. The main difference between preference learning and standard classification learning is the demand, that the mapping from objects to ranks has to be transitive and antisymmetric
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