Item description for Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Theory of Fuzzy Decisions: Fuzzy Value Theory (Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing) by K. K. Dompere...
This monograph is devoted to the development of value theory of computable general prices in cost-benefit analysis under fuzzy rationality. The book demonstrates the use of fuzzy decision algorithms and logic to develop a comprehensive and multidisciplinary cost-benefit analysis by taking advantage of current scientific gains in fuzziness and soft computing. The theory is developed at a basic level of microeconomics leading to aggregation in fuzzy decision environment composed of subjective phenomenon, imprecision, approximations and problems of information elicitation. The book integrates the theories of computable prices, fuzzy decisions and social decision-choice processes into a set of decision algorithms accessible to practitioners, researchers, graduate students, and policy makers in economics, engineering, as well as physical, social, and medical sciences.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6.25" Height: 9.25" Weight: 1.45 lbs.
Release Date Aug 26, 2004
ISBN 3540221611 ISBN13 9783540221616
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More About K. K. Dompere
KOFI KISSI DOMPERE is Associate Professor of Economics at Howard University. The author of several articles and monographs, he is interested especially in economic theory and operations research, cost-benefit analysis as it relates to policy, and is a contributor to the theory of fuzzy decision mathematics and intelligent fuzzy control systems. He also researches epistemic problems of scientific methods, especially those in economics and decision theory.