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Decision-Making Method with Incomplete Knowledge under Uncertainty
Transactions of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers
In the decision-making by maximizing the expected utility, it is important to identify utility functions and to assess the probability distributions for each alternative. In practice, however, it appears very difficult to do this in many cases. Therefore, it becomes necessary to develop decision-supporting method on the basis of the obtainable partial knowledge of utility functions and probability distributions. One such method is by using the concept of dominance. The notions of dominance thatdoi:10.9746/sicetr1965.19.480 fatcat:dlg3qenc3fh6jpmitdjqq6v47i