Quantitative importance of criteria with the scale of the first ordinal metric and convex preferences
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Simple decision rules are set out that enable developing preference relations in the presence of quantitative estimates of the relative importance of criteria and information to the effect that in the motion along their common scale, the growth of preferences accelerates.
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