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The course intends to provide a general overview of the structure and the representation of preferences using Bayesian Statistics in the context of multi criteria decision making, from the study of aggregation functions to the Analytic Hierarchy Process (

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Welcome to the Library Guide for Decision Theory. It will help you to locate key resources regarding to your subject.

 

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Graduate

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The course intends to provide a general overview of the structure and the representation of preferences using Bayesian Statistics in the context of multi criteria decision making, from the study of aggregation functions to the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), including applications of the Choquet integral, in the context of welfare and inequality, including the majorization relation and the classical instances of the generalized Gini framework, in the context of decisions under risk, from Expected Utility Theory (EUT) to Cumulative Prospect Theory (CPT), including the discussion of unipolar and bipolar models of rank-dependent expected utility.

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