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By Iwona Skalna, Bogdan Rębiasz, Bartlomiej Gawel, Beata Basiura, Jerzy Duda, Janusz Opila, Tomasz Pelech-Pilichowski

This e-book indicates how universal operation administration equipment and algorithms might be prolonged to house imprecise or vague info in decision-making difficulties. It describes easy methods to mix choice bushes, clustering, multi-attribute decision-making algorithms and Monte Carlo Simulation with the mathematical description of obscure or obscure details, and the way to imagine such details. in addition, it discusses a wide spectrum of real-life administration difficulties together with forecasting the plain intake of metal items, making plans and scheduling of creation procedures, venture portfolio choice and economic-risk estimation. it's a concise, but accomplished, reference resource for researchers in decision-making and decision-makers in enterprise enterprises alike.

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F : [0, 1] Some interesting properties of this two families of functions can be found in [29]. One of them is that increasing family emphasises the higher α-levels, whereas the decreasing family emphasises lower α-levels, which causes that these two families can produce two opposite orderings. ˜ the value of In order to calculate the valuation for a given fuzzy number A, inf( A˜ α ) + sup( A˜ α ) Ave( A˜ α ) = 2 must be first computed. In the case of trapezoidal fuzzy numbers b+c a+d a + (b − a)α + d − (d − c)α = α+ (1 − α).

The probability family is defined by P(π) = {P, ∀A, N ec(A) P(A)} = {P, ∀A, P(A) N ec(A)} In this case sup P∈P(π) P(A) = Pos(A) and inf P∈P(π) P(A) = N ec(A), and thus P = Pos and P = N ec. 6) F(x) = N ec(X ∈ [−∞, x]). 7) Similarly a mass distribution v may encode probability family P(v) = {P, ∀A, Bel(A) P(A)} = {P, ∀A, P(A) Pl(A)}. In this case P = Pl and P = Bel. 8) F(x) = Bel(X ∈ [−∞, x]). , data consisting of ˆ both random and fuzzy variables. The method aims to determine the value of fˆ( X), where Xˆ = (X 1 , X 2 , .

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