Chapter 4

Some Uncertain Decision Combinations

In many practical decision problems, statistical decision theory and methods may not be usable since the available information on the problems cannot provide the required statistical knowledge for statistical decision, or the problems themselves must be presented via other mathematical frames concerning uncertain decision theory and methods, such as Dempster–Shafer evidence theory, fuzzy set theory, and random set theory. Since the uncertainty is a fundamental and unavoidable feature in the real world, ...

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