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Why using topological and analytical methods in aggregation of fuzzy preferences?
The Arrow’s Impossibility Theorem states that there is no function fusing individual preferences into a social one satisfying certain properties of 'common sense'. On the contrary, in some of the fuzzy extensions of the ...
Unexpected thresholds from independence of irrelevant alternatives in fuzzy arrow theorems
It is well known Arrow Theorem and its impact into Social Choice. It states that under an apparently mild set of conditions no rule fusing individual preferences into a social one is possible. In order to solve this ...