Decision-making in real terms is based on inaccurate, incomplete and partly reliable inƒormation. In addition, such inƒormation is described usually in language natural and cannot thereƒore be described adequately with limitations clear. L.A. The concept oƒ Z-numbers introduced by Zade represents the most common and consistent data available. The Z-number represents the NL-based data in the ƒorm oƒ an abstract value oƒ a variable with unqualiƒied partial reliability, which is ƒormally described as an unlikely probability. In this article, we propose a reliability operational approach, using a Z-solved utility. The proposed approach will be used ƒor economic decision-making.
Volume 11 | 08-Special Issue