VALUE JUDGMENT INTEGRATION MODEL FOR ALLOCATION IN LCA

Abstract : When handling, multivariate impacts analysis, i.e. in acknowledging multiple incommensurable dimensions, any decision making process requires a step of value judgement declaration. We first present the evolution context of the methodology and stress out the stratification of science as a major obstacle. Here is presented an extension of allocation systems based on \textsc{Majeau-Bettez} formalism in order to integrate multi-criteria allocation. The use of a hierarchy process on allocation keys enable to treat multi-functionality according to decision makers preferences. This enable the allocation between valued co-products of distinct attributes. The process of elicitation and implementation of values should grant legitimacy to the use of LCA and the way t will be performed will reflect our cultural portrait. Our perspective is to develop this model to integrate all value judgements required in LCA. Thus we would provide a tool for a complete agent based LCA-modelling. Perspective are complemented in annexes with the communication protocol proposed to lighten the data availability issue.
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12th Conference on Uncertainty Modelling in Knowledge Engineering and Decision Making (FLINS 2016), Aug 2016, Roubaix, France. UNCERTAINTY MODELLING IN KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING AND DECISION MAKING (10), 2016, World Scientific Proceedings Series on Computer Engineering and Information Science. 〈http://flins2016.ensait.fr/〉
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Rudy Patard. VALUE JUDGMENT INTEGRATION MODEL FOR ALLOCATION IN LCA. 12th Conference on Uncertainty Modelling in Knowledge Engineering and Decision Making (FLINS 2016), Aug 2016, Roubaix, France. UNCERTAINTY MODELLING IN KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING AND DECISION MAKING (10), 2016, World Scientific Proceedings Series on Computer Engineering and Information Science. 〈http://flins2016.ensait.fr/〉. 〈hal-01356211〉

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