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By Rafael Caballero, Francisco Ruiz, Ralph E. Steuer (auth.), Prof. Rafael Caballero, Prof. Francisco Ruiz, Prof. Ralph Steuer (eds.)

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These difficulties led to criticisms of LG P as inflexible and, in certain cases, unable to accurately reflect the decision maker's preferences [5]. It is clear that the use of a lexicographic structure is not the best tool to deal with incommensurability due to the rigid preference structure it imposes. 2 Implicit Scaling Some authors argue that there is no need for normalisation providing the modeller bears in mind the different magnitudes of the objectives when setting their weights [13]. This process implies a kind of implicit scaling by the decision maker.

Each arc in the graph (nj, nj) is labelled with a vector of positive costs 49 K(nj, nj) = (cost\(nj, nj), cost2(nj, nj), ... (nj, nj) (u = 1, ... , q) refers to the cost of the associated transition in space u. A path C within the graph G is a sequence of nodes (nt> n2, ... , nm) such that for two consecutive nodes ni and ni+\ there is an arc between them. The problem consists in fmding a path from the initial node to some goal node which satisfies a set of goals, one for each cost measure in the cost vector.

This phenomenon is known as the over learning. In order to avoid the over-learning, in this paper, we suggest methods which do not require the perfect classification for given data, but allow unclassified data. This idea can be performed by applying fuzzy mathematical programming techniques which produce "gray zones". The effectiveness of the modified methods can be proved by several applications to artificial classification problems. Next, these methods are extended to trinary classification problems.

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