2013 | 3(29) | 152-161
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The n-optimality and inconsistency of knowledge postulates of consensus determining in decision support systems

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This article presents the problem of consensus determining postulates defined in decision support systems. The consensus determining methods and the general postulates for consensus estimation and their characteristics are presented in the first part. Next, the definitions of new postulates pertaining to decisions support systems were elaborated, and the possibility of their use in practical solutions is presented. The consensus function granting these postulates is also characterized. The application of these postulates, as a consequence, can lead to the process of making decisions will be more flexible, and the risk involved in decisions will be significantly reduced.
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