Application des logiques floues à l’évaluation d’une conduite à risque complexe : le cas des conduites dopantes.

Abstract : By treating valuations – defined as a subjective knowledge for one self or for a group of persons – by mathematical formalization, fuzzy logic and especially fuzzy sub-sets theory let make out a rigorous frame to support collection, description and analysis of data related with imprecise information related to doping risks associated with sport pratictising. From this view point, we enlarge the fuzzy sub-sets theory by an application which set out to shape representations of individual judgments of one hundred sporting teachers and trainers upon risk and protecting factors. They contribute to objectivize, with uncertainties and shade of meaning their personal appraisal issued from practical experience, recognized as wisdom they have acquired from their work.
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Daniel Guy, Christophe Conrairie, Nathalie Verdale. Application des logiques floues à l’évaluation d’une conduite à risque complexe : le cas des conduites dopantes.. Bernard Cadet, Gérard Chasseigne. Traitements de la complexité dans les sciences humaines., EPU Editions Publibook Université, pp.139-161, 2010, Collection Psychologie Scientifique, 978-2-7483-5698-4. ⟨http://www.publibook.com⟩. ⟨hal-01270312⟩

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