Comparison of experts in the non-additive case
We adapt the model of comparisons of experts initiated by Lehrer (“Comparison of experts JME 98”) to a context of uncertainty which cannot be modelised by expected utility. We examine the robustness of Lehrer in this new context. Unlike expected utility, there exist several ways to define the strategies allowing to compare the experts, we propose some of them which guarantee a positive value of information.
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