30Intelligent rule-based risk modeling for decision making

Ronald R. Yager

1 Introduction

Almost all domains of human experience are affected by risky decisions. The support of decisions involving risk in most cases require tools to address issues related to a desire to satisfy multiple, often conflicting, goals and a need to negotiate between numerous, often adversarial, constituencies. In addition choices must be made in the face of uncertainty and associated risks. Further compounding any formal attempt to support risky decisions is the imprecision in much of the information provided by the participating agents. In this work we introduce some tools to address issues related to uncertainty and risk management. We are particularly concerned ...

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