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Let us suppose we have infinite functions of the form

F= w1 X1 + w2X2+ w3 X3 + w4 X4+............

Where w1,w2,w3, w4 are variable weights and X1, X2, X3, X4 are fixed temperatures.

Now, I have to choose one of the above infinite functions with the requirement that this selected function should be fair, honest, in the sense that it is not preferenced to one side or another . ¿What weigths should I use, w1=w2=w3=w4 ?

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# Not preferenced weight function

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