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## STATE-BASED RECONSTRUCTABILITY MODELING FOR DECISION ANALYSIS

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815 | Discrete Multivariate Analysis: Theory and Practice - Bishop, Fienberg, et al. - 2007 |

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Decision Analysis
- Raiffa
- 1968
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Citation Context ...tivity analysis methods commonly employed by decision analysts. To set the stage for this example, a brief discussion of decision analysis and sensitivity analysis will be helpful. Decision analysis (=-=Raiffa 1968-=-; Howard 1988; Clemen 1996) can be viewed as one discipline within a spectrum of decision-aiding technologies (Howard 1992). Decision analysis is characterized by its normative orientation, its axioma... |

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Making hard decisions: an introduction to decision analysis. Brooks/Cole publishing company, 2nd edition
- Clemen
- 1996
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Citation Context ...mmonly employed by decision analysts. To set the stage for this example, a brief discussion of decision analysis and sensitivity analysis will be helpful. Decision analysis (Raiffa 1968; Howard 1988; =-=Clemen 1996-=-) can be viewed as one discipline within a spectrum of decision-aiding technologies (Howard 1992). Decision analysis is characterized by its normative orientation, its axiomatic foundation, and its us... |

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Architecture of System Problem Solving
- Klir
- 1985
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Citation Context ... that Jones’ previous work comprises two separable ideas: the “g to k” transformation and state-based modeling. We relate the concept of state-based modeling to established variable-based RA methods (=-=Klir 1985-=-; Krippendorff 1986), and demonstrate that statebased modeling, when applied to event and decision tree models, is a valuable adjunct to the variable-based sensitivity analyses commonly employed in ri... |

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Proximal decision analysis
- Howard
- 1971
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Citation Context ...is methods commonly employed by decision analysts. To set the stage for this example, a brief discussion of decision analysis and sensitivity analysis will be helpful. Decision analysis (Raiffa 1968; =-=Howard 1988-=-; Clemen 1996) can be viewed as one discipline within a spectrum of decision-aiding technologies (Howard 1992). Decision analysis is characterized by its normative orientation, its axiomatic foundatio... |

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Information theory: structural models for qualitative data
- Krippendorff
- 1986
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Citation Context ...’ previous work comprises two separable ideas: the “g to k” transformation and state-based modeling. We relate the concept of state-based modeling to established variable-based RA methods (Klir 1985; =-=Krippendorff 1986-=-), and demonstrate that statebased modeling, when applied to event and decision tree models, is a valuable adjunct to the variable-based sensitivity analyses commonly employed in risk and decision mod... |

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G.: Spider plots versus tornado diagrams for sensitivity analysis
- Eschenbach
- 1992
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Citation Context ...econstructability Modeling For Decision Analysis simultaneously. Specialized graphical display formats have been developed to summarize the results of both one- and two-variable sensitivity analyses (=-=Eschenbach 1992-=-). Analyses involving more than two variables are rarely carried out, however, and threevariable sensitivity analysis is supported in only one of the computational packages available commercially at t... |

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Heathens, Heretics, and Cults: The Religious Spectrum of Decision Aiding
- Howard
- 1992
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Citation Context ...ecision analysis and sensitivity analysis will be helpful. Decision analysis (Raiffa 1968; Howard 1988; Clemen 1996) can be viewed as one discipline within a spectrum of decision-aiding technologies (=-=Howard 1992-=-). Decision analysis is characterized by its normative orientation, its axiomatic foundation, and its use of mathematical models to characterize decision situations. In general, the models developed b... |

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Reconstructability Analysis for General Functions
- Jones
- 1985
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Citation Context ...yzing the structure of multivariate categorical data. Jones and his colleagues extended the original variablebased formulation of RA to encompass models defined in terms of system states (Jones 1982; =-=Jones 1985-=-; Jones 1985; Jones 1986; Jones 1989). In this paper, we demonstrate that Jones’ previous work comprises two separable ideas: the “g to k” transformation and state-based modeling. We relate the concep... |

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Determination of Unbiased Reconstructions
- Jones
- 1985
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Citation Context ...yzing the structure of multivariate categorical data. Jones and his colleagues extended the original variablebased formulation of RA to encompass models defined in terms of system states (Jones 1982; =-=Jones 1985-=-; Jones 1985; Jones 1986; Jones 1989). In this paper, we demonstrate that Jones’ previous work comprises two separable ideas: the “g to k” transformation and state-based modeling. We relate the concep... |

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A program for reconstructability analysis
- Jones
- 1989
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Citation Context ...categorical data. Jones and his colleagues extended the original variablebased formulation of RA to encompass models defined in terms of system states (Jones 1982; Jones 1985; Jones 1985; Jones 1986; =-=Jones 1989-=-). In this paper, we demonstrate that Jones’ previous work comprises two separable ideas: the “g to k” transformation and state-based modeling. We relate the concept of state-based modeling to establi... |

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K-Systems Versus Classical Multivariate Systems
- Jones
- 1986
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Citation Context ...ltivariate categorical data. Jones and his colleagues extended the original variable-based formulation of RA to encompass models defined in terms of system states (Jones 1982; Jones 1985; Jones 1985; =-=Jones 1986-=-; Jones 1989). In this paper, we demonstrate that Jones’ previous work comprises two separable ideas: the “g to k” transformation and state-based modeling. We relate the concept of state-based modelin... |

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Determination of Reconstruction Families
- Jones
- 1982
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Citation Context ...ing and analyzing the structure of multivariate categorical data. Jones and his colleagues extended the original variablebased formulation of RA to encompass models defined in terms of system states (=-=Jones 1982-=-; Jones 1985; Jones 1985; Jones 1986; Jones 1989). In this paper, we demonstrate that Jones’ previous work comprises two separable ideas: the “g to k” transformation and state-based modeling. We relat... |

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State-Based Reconstructability Modeling For Decision Analysis
- Jones
- 1986
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Citation Context ...ultivariate categorical data. Jones and his colleagues extended the original variablebased formulation of RA to encompass models defined in terms of system states (Jones 1982; Jones 1985; Jones 1985; =-=Jones 1986-=-; Jones 1989). In this paper, we demonstrate that Jones’ previous work comprises two separable ideas: the “g to k” transformation and state-based modeling. We relate the concept of state-based modelin... |

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PrecisionTree
- Palisade
- 1997
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Citation Context ...s involving more than two variables are rarely carried out, however, and threevariable sensitivity analysis is supported in only one of the computational packages available commercially at this time (=-=Palisade 1997-=-; ADA 1999; TreeAge 1999). Problem formulations involving large numbers of uncertain variables are becoming more common, however, as computer hardware becomes more capable and decision analysis softwa... |