Pub. online:5 Aug 2022Type:Research ArticleOpen Access
Volume 16, Issue 1 (2005), pp. 107–120
When handling engineering problems associated with optimal alternative selection a researcher often deals with not sufficiently accurate data. The alternatives are usually assessed by applying several different criteria. A method takes advantage of the relationship between fuzzy sets and matrix game theories can be offered for multicriteria decision-making. Practical investigations have already been discussed for selecting the variants water supply systems.
Volume 14, Issue 2 (2003), pp. 259–272
This paper considers the main positions of one‐sided and two‐sided problems. For one‐sided problems only the method of solution “the distance to the ideal point” is discussed in the actual version. For two‐sided problems a distinction is made between games with rational behaviour and games against nature. The main strategic principles are as follows: simple min‐max principle, extended min‐max principle, Wald's rule, Savage criterion, Hurwicz's rule, Laplace's rule, Bayes's rule, Hodges‐Lehmann rule. Questions of transforming the decision‐making matrix are considered. The article gives the description of a software as well as an example of an investment variant estimation.