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AuthorGil-Aluja, Jaime. author
TitleElements for a Theory of Decision in Uncertainty [electronic resource] / by Jaime Gil-Aluja
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1999
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-3011-1
Descript VI, 350 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Decisions in uncertainty Scientific reaction to change During latter decades, the basic elements that have traditionally made up the society in wh ich economic activity develops, have been submitted to the effect of multiple aggressions as a consequence of the outcome of events motivated by the nature itself of the human being, always seeking a level of happiness that is never reached. In a very brief manner we are accustomed to mention these by using words such as revolution, profound changes, convulsions . . . . , the results of which are manifest through non-linear reactions that lead to a future charged with uncertainty. To get to know, explain and treat this new world constitutes one of the many objectives of those who desire a society in the service of man, and for those who aspire to the fact of the concept of mutuality transcending the useยญ less limits of the printed word. But for this it will be necessary to overcome a whole realm of obstacles placed in the way by those comfortably embedded in old principles, decrepit ideas and are not willing to open the windows of their mind to receive the fresh air of a new era


CONTENT

Introduction: Decisions in Uncertainty -- 1. Relations -- 2. Assignments -- 3. Groupings -- 4. Order -- Epilogue


Business Operations research Decision making Computer science -- Mathematics Mathematical logic Social sciences Business and Management Operation Research/Decision Theory Methodology of the Social Sciences Mathematical Logic and Foundations Discrete Mathematics in Computer Science



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