ISSN 1991-2927

ACP № 2 (56) 2019

The Model for Decision Making Process in Situations With Incomplete and Fuzzy Information

Gennadii Pavlovich Vinogradov, Tver State Technical University, Doctor of Engineering; graduated from Kalinin Polytechnic Institute; Professor of the Department of Informatics and Applied Mathematics of Tver State Technical University; an author of more than 200 scientific papers in the field of decision making theory, fuzzy logic, and hybrid systems. [e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ]G. Vinogradov

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It is shown that an agent when making decisions uses three sets of alternatives: control, structural, and identification. This presupposes the existence of three virtual parties involved in the selection of appropriate alternatives. Rules for the selection of alternatives depending on the subject's understanding of the situation and structure their interests are shaped by compromise. The work seeks to investigate the causes of discrepancies between actual and "optimal" choice. To this end, we propose a formal scheme included in the choice model of the stages of cognition and behavior associated with the choice. The proposed approach is based on a formalization of the ideas of Miller, and Pribram Galanter and uses the ideas of subjectively rational choice developed based on the theory of fuzzy sets. Subjectively rational choice assumes that the motivation of the choice is determined by both external and internal factors. Internal factors reflect the interests of the subject determined by its needs and ethical system to which it adheres. Evaluation of satisfaction with the current situation purposeful state entity, as shown, can lead to changes in the structure of interests of the subject, and it can choose.

Reflexive governance, decision-making model, a compromise.

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