complete class of decision functions

complete class of decision functions

[kəm¦plēt ¦klas əv di′sizh·ən ‚fəŋk·shənz]
(statistics)
A concept in decision theory which states that for a class of decision functions to be complete it must include a uniformly better decision function, which is a decision function that is sometimes better but never worse (according to some criterion) than each decision function not in the class.
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