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Interpretation Patterns And Markets

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  • Dimitrov, D.


This paper presents a method for defining a consistent market through the interpretation of different agents´ opinions. We suppose that every agent has his own opinion about the other agents being his possible competitors or not. These opinions are ex-ante defined and therefore (for a definition of the correct market) they must be inter-preted. We make the interpretation ba-sed on the degrees with which an agent trusts or does not trust the other agents, using operators on intuitionistic fuzzy sets. A market is defined as consistent when (1) the ex-ante opi-nions and (2) the interpreted (ex-post) opinions are close to each other (at least to some extent).

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Article provided by International Association for Fuzzy-set Management and Economy (SIGEF) in its journal FUZZY ECONOMIC REVIEW.

Volume (Year): VI (2001)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
Pages: 3-12

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Handle: RePEc:fzy:fuzeco:v:vi:y:2001:i:1:p:3-12
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