## A Methodology for Systems Engineering, Volume 24 |

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**payoff matrix**with several columns to a simpler matrix which has only one column . This is the objective for group decisions too , i.e. , to reduce a preference matrix for all individuals to a matrix of one column which shows the group ...Page 306

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**payoff matrix**is then Heads Alternative Do not play Play Tails 0 0 -1 4 Since the toss of a coin , even a biased one ... payoff at each value of p . Our**payoff matrix**then becomes one with two rows and a continuum of columns . In the row ...Page 335

... payoff amount is the numerical value of the card shown by the winner ( ace is $ 1 , deuce is $ 2 ) . If two deuces show , there is no payoff . ( a ) What is the

... payoff amount is the numerical value of the card shown by the winner ( ace is $ 1 , deuce is $ 2 ) . If two deuces show , there is no payoff . ( a ) What is the

**payoff matrix**of this game ? Use the theory of domi- nance to simplify the ...### Contents

WHAT IS SYSTEMS ENGINEERING? | 3 |

THE TD2 RADIO RELAY SYSTEM | 23 |

3 4 The State of the Environment at the End of | 32 |

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alternative analog computer analysis basic behavior block diagram called channel Chapter circuit complete components cost creative criterion decision decision theory defined demand functions direct distance dialing discussed economic environment equation equipment evaluation example existing exploratory feedback frequency given important income individual inputs and outputs interval scale kind laboratory level of measurement logical loop manufacture Mason's rule matrix means measure ment methods minimax mixed strategy objectives operations research optimal organization payoff payoff matrix phase physical system possible preference probability problem profit properties prospectus radio ratio ratio scale relation requirements satisfy scale signal signal-flow graph specific standing plans statistical studies subsystems systems engineering systems engineering process systems synthesis TD-2 system technical techniques telephone television theory tion transfer function transmission utility utility function value system variables