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Synonyms for preference

Synonyms for preference

the act of choosing

favorable or preferential bias

a liking for something

Synonyms for preference

a strong liking

a predisposition in favor of something

the right or chance to choose

grant of favor or advantage to one over another (especially to a country or countries in matters of international trade, such as levying duties)

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Then, using the deviations the consistency level related to the fuzzy preference relation [r.
By nature of my personal research focus, which essentially spans choice theoretic preference relations and the theory of financial risk measures, coupled with an enthusiastic interest in probability theory that one may deem obsessive, my volunteering to review this work could be construed as a pure self-indulgent pleasure.
To solve this problem, the fuzzy analytic hierarchy process (FAHP) used fuzzy preference relations to incorporate the ambiguities and uncertainties that usually exist in human judgment generally [20,21].
nxn] is called a hesitant preference relation (HPR).
We shall call R as fuzzy revealed preference relation generated by C, P as strict fuzzy revealed preference relation generated by C and I as indifference fuzzy revealed preference relation generated by C.
On the lower right side of this figure we see the induced preference relation.
To solve the aforementioned problems in technology project assessment, this paper builds a new set of indicators and introduces two aggregation operators in the technology project to deal with two situations of technology project assessment respectively, including linguistic and subjective information and pair comparison of preference relation.
The preference relation induced by a set of such preference statements is then the transitive closure of the union of preference relations induced by individual preference statements.
Other authors present some weakness of transitivity and completeness conditions for a preference relation.
See Gerard Debreu, Smooth Preferences, 40 ECONOMETRICA 603 (1972) (describing the necessary conditions for preference relations of different classes).
k] is assigned a transitive and connective preference relation [R.
The preference relation is assumed to be transitive and complete.
What if a person doesn't have an established preference relation over the set of available alternatives but rather tries to simplify the choices (Chapter 2)?
The first was the existence of a utility function representing a preference relation.