## Implementation of the Interval Approach to the Measurement of Decision Maker Preference |

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0IST absolute risk aversion averse than k(y bound absolute risk boundary interval class of decision COMMON IBLOCKII Compare the following completed the questionnaire constructed cumulative distribution function decision maker preferences decision maker's absolute degree stochastic dominance distributions and circle dominance with respect efficiency criteria elicited expected utilities expected utility hypothesis Experiment Station Figure following two distributions FUNCTION ASSOCIATEO UITH function G(y go to question Hierarchy of comparisons IFLAG interval preference measurement less risk averse level of absolute lower and upper lower bound absolute measurement of decision measurement scale OIMENSION optimal control OROER outcome levels pair of distributions performance measure PREFERRE0 5EL0D PREFERRE0 R50VE probability distributions Q PREFERRE0 range of outcome REAO reference levels risk aversion function RISK AVERSION LEVELS risk aversion ranges risk aversion space sample distributions SDRF second degree stochastic series of choices sion specified tion unanimously preferred upper bound UPPER BOUNO ABSOLUTE UTILITY FUNCTION ASSOCIATEO utility functions associated