3.8.3 Combined score of the Decision Maker (1)
Removing an expert can change the assessments of the decision makers and, in turn, can change the performance of the decision makers.
Let’s see that for our example about the success in life!
Here are the calibration and the information scores of the PWDM and EWDM when taking into account Expert 1 and without Expert 1 assessments (PWDM_updated).
|Calibration score||Information score|
|PWDM_updated (without Expert A)||0.608||0.22|
|EWDM_updated (without Expert A)||0.411||0.17|
Along with the calibration and the information scores of the Decision Maker, their overall performance can also be quantified.
Recall that this is done with the combined score!
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