Savage principle

Savage principle

[′sav·ij ‚prin·sə·pəl]
(mathematics)
A technique used in decision theory; a criterion is used to construct a regret matrix in which each outcome entry represents a regret defined as the difference between best possible outcome and the given outcome; the matrix is then used as in decision making under risk with expected regret as the decision-determining quality. Also known as regret criterion.
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But the relevant phenomena did not stop at this level, as those convened at Dar al-Fatwa issued a statement in which they announced their categorical rejection of a draft law sanctioning domestic violence against women, under the pretext that the draft was submitted by secular women's associations based on "the savage principles of capitalism, market values and individualism.