Utility value

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Utility value

The welfare a given investor assigns to an investment with a particular expected return and risk.

Utility Value

A subjective assessment of the expected return on an investment at a given risk. The utility value an investor assigns to a particular investment depends largely on the investor's risk tolerance. For instance, one investor may find that expected return X is appropriate for risk level Y, but a second investor may believe that X is too low for the riskiness.
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Deliveries with transport and unloading will be implemented in the supply of partial self-unloading cars having security carried fines from the weather, to prevent the loss of utility values ?
The analysis generated utility values for product attributes.
The DN structure is used to produce expected utility values that may be useful in the distributed decision context.
We start building the game-tree models by assigning utility values to the terminal nodes from a uniform distribution over the interval [0,1].
As a result, CA delivers utility values that are determined by preference choices that can contain cost components used to establish a value of total utility, a customer value.
We say that such a collection is an equilibrium if the households' consumption plans maximize their utility values given their incomes; the representative firm maximizes its profit given the wage and interest rate; and the demands for bonds, market capital, and labor always equal their corresponding supplies.
Given incomplete project information, any ranking and selection of projects should be based upon utility values derived from an appropriate scoring model (Figure 2, left).
For the decision analysis, utility values were assigned to various health states on a scale of 0-1, with 0 representing death, 0.
To aggregate the results of individual respondents the available utility values can be averaged, if necessary by applying an adequate weighting.
1957] about 50 years ago), which evaluates the diverse set of objectives in terms of weighted utility values and selects the alternative that best balances the competing objectives.
The integer 2 played no specific role other than attributing equal weight to the utility values of like and different race neighbors, any positive integer greater than one would have served the same purpose.
However, expressing the outcomes of different therapeutic choices in utility values can create problems of interpretation.