Dominance and Efficiency in Multicriteria Decision under Uncertainty

Theory and Decision 47 (3):191-211 (1999)
Abstract
This paper proposes several concepts of efficient solutions for multicriteria decision problems under uncertainty. We show how alternative notions of efficiency may be grounded on different decision ‘contexts’, depending on what is known about the Decision Maker's (DM) preference structure and probabilistic anticipations. We define efficient sets arising naturally from polar decision contexts. We investigate these sets from the points of view of their relative inclusions and point out some particular subsets which may be especially relevant to some decision situations
Keywords Multiple criteria decision making  Efficiency  Uncertainty  Stochastic
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DOI 10.1023/A:1005102326115
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