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On mathematical modelling of synthetic measures

    Boleslaw Borkowski Affiliation
    ; Zbigniew Binderman Affiliation
    ; Ryszard Kozera Affiliation
    ; Alexander Prokopenya Affiliation
    ; Wieslaw Szczesny Affiliation

Abstract

This work deals with some properties of synthetic measures designed to differentiate objects in a multidimensional analysis. The aggregate synthetic measures are discussed here to rank the objects including those validating the concentration spread. The paper shows that currently used various measures (based either on a single or a multiple model object) do not satisfy the necessary conditions requested to be met by a "good" synthetic measure.

Keyword : synthetic measure, development pattern, reverse problem

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Borkowski, B., Binderman, Z., Kozera, R., Prokopenya, A., & Szczesny, W. (2018). On mathematical modelling of synthetic measures. Mathematical Modelling and Analysis, 23(4), 699-711. https://doi.org/10.3846/mma.2018.042
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