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Non-additive Robust Ordinal Regression with Choquet integral, Bipolar and Level Dependent Choquet integrals

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Non-additive Robust Ordinal Regression with Choquet integral, Bipolar and Level Dependent Choquet integrals
Abstract-- Choquet integral has proved to be an effective aggregation model in multiple criteria decision analysis when interactions between criteria have to be taken into consideration. Recently, some generalizations of Choquet integral have been proposed to take into account more complex forms of interaction. This is the case of the bipolar Choquet integral and of the level dependent Choquet integral. To apply Choquet integral and its generalizations in decision problems it is necessary to determine one capacity permitting to represent the preferences of the Decision Maker (DM). In general the capacities are determined on the basis of some exemplary decisions supplied by the DM. It has been observed that effectively there is not only one capacity compatible with the DM's preferences, but rather a whole set of capacities. The determination of the whole set of compatible capacities and the consequent definition of proper preference relations is the domain of the non-additive robus...
Silvia Angilella, Salvatore Greco, Benedetto Matar
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Type Journal
Year 2009
Where EUSFLAT
Authors Silvia Angilella, Salvatore Greco, Benedetto Matarazzo
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