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Title: Main components and stages of the hybrid-optional doctrine development
Authors: Goncharenko, Andriy Viktorovich
Keywords: aircraft
conditional optimality
Issue Date: 3-Oct-2019
Publisher: National Aviation University
Citation: Goncharenko A. V. Main components and stages of the hybrid-optional doctrine development / A. V. Goncharenko // NAU electronic repository. – 2019. – 55 posters.
Abstract: The human activity process is accompanied with a decision making. Most often the decisions are made in situations of some multi-alternativeness (multi-optionallity) with respect to goals, objectives or simply certain kind of results (utilities, usefulness, possibilities etc.). In such consideration it is applicable to operate with the provisions of the Subjective Analysis Theory (SAT), developed by Professor Kasianov V. A., National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine.
Description: The SAT elaboration was based upon an adoption of the mathematical tool of the well-known from the statistical physics Jaynes’ principle. This implies the idea of the Entropy Paradigm (EP) conversion from the theoretical physics domain into the area of psychology, sociology, human behavioral sciences, which is indispensable at the decision making and other types of the human, natural or artificial intelligence manipulations.
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