Aggregation Functions With Non-Monotonic Measures
In this paper non-monotonic measures and their properties are considered and described. Subsequently we study discrete non-monotonic Choquet integral under the viewpoint of aggregation, and its axiomatic characterization. Moreover, we show that for non-monotonic measures the Shapley index can fail to represent the relative importance of a criterion, thus we introduce a new performance index. Finally we apply non-monotonic integral to a well known classical case study.
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Volume (Year): XIII (2008)
Issue (Month): 2 (November)
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