This chapter focuses on the aggregation of value function models for the members of an expert panel. Expert panels are necessary to avoid the possible bias in the responses of a single expert and to encompass the knowledge available from experts in the field. The aggregation of individual responses into a group or panel response is a problem common to a number of decision contexts. The critical role of this aspect and its intrinsic difficulties have prompted many scientists to investigate the theoretical and practical implications of aggregation methods. This chapter addresses a specific part of this large research domain. It refers to the mathematical aggregation of measurable value functions.
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