Consensus under fuzziness

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Janusz Kacprzak, Hannu Nurmi, Mario Fedrizzi
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1997 - Business & Economics - 303 pages
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This work focuses on consensus formation in multiperson decision-making groups using imprecise information. The editors have solicited and organized important contributions on this subject from leading experts in the field. The well-known contributors include Ronald Yager, Henri Prade, George Klier, and Janos Fodor, among others. These contributions are original and are concerned with issues related to modeling and monitoring of consensus-reaching processes under fuzzy preferences and fuzzy majorities. The chapters include an array of paradigms, tools and techniques that can help develop new analytical tools for consensus-reaching processes.

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NEW PARADIGMS AND ARCHITECTURES FOR MODELING
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Fuzziness and the normative theory of social choice
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Types and measures of uncertainty
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