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Drug treatment of depression. A classification system for agent selection
(Taylor & Francis Ltd, 1980)
Depressive illness can be severe, debilitating, and life threatening, but it often responds well to medication. The appropriate agent and dosage depend not only on accurate diagnosis of the type of depression present but ...
Compound Lotteries; Call Option Spreads in Black-Scholes Markets
From the earliest days of risky utility theory decision, theorists have elicited information from decision makers by analyzing their reaction to elementary lotteries, or gambles. The Purpose of the process was to define a ...
Banking in a Volatile World: Setting Country Lending Limits
Banks often make decisions in an organizational framework that attempts to control repayment problems by setting loan limits for each country. A formal mechanism for setting those limits will be proposed. Our motivation ...
A Multiobjective Expert System for Suppliers of Out-of-the-Money Options
The proliferation of telecommunications and computing capability has sparked speculation about dispersing work. The electronic cottage industry approach has potential in the area of office and professional services. This ...
SETTING COUNTRY LIMITS FOR INTERNATIONAL LENDING
Reducing the Size of the Nondominated Set: Pruning by Clustering
(Computers and Operations Research, 1980)
The multicriterion_ simplex methods of Evans and Steuer(!} and Yu and Zeleny[2) have encouraged model builders to consider matrix criteria. When conflicting objectives are simultaneously considered, there is no such thing ...
Flexibility and Rigidity in Multicriterion Linear Programming
One justification for modeling with multiobjective linear programming (MOLP) is its ability to generate unique managerial information. One drawback of MOLP is the unwieldy nondominated set which it presents to the decision ...
Increasingly recognized as a major medical health problem, non-compliant patient behavior remains on e of the least understood and most frustrating phenomena facing today's physicians. Although no single characteristic of ...