Sampling of expert assessment pair functions

Abstract


The pair functions, used in relation to the value peer review object, which is involved in the implementation of a manufacturing or research purposes, are under consideration. These functions have a consistent character of increasing with respect to the quality criterion of the object, and form a mathematical model for evaluation. The presence of uniqueness displayed by readout functions of this species under the time factor conditions is proved. Traces of such manifestation are related to the assignment of certain signs of the private increments of the functions corresponding to the changes in the estimated object quality criterion, as well as the time delay since its acquisition in comparison with the time of issuance of expert information.

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Maxim Yu Antonov

Samara State Technical University

Email: makcant@yandex.ru
аспирант, каф. электронных систем и информационной безопасности; Самарский государственный технический университет; Samara State Technical University

Alexander I Nikonov

Samara State Technical University

Email: nikonovai@mail.ru
(д.т.н., проф.), профессор, каф. электронных систем и информационной безопасности; Самарский государственный технический университет; Samara State Technical University

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