Lifted optimization for relational preference rules Academic Article uri icon


  • The move to relational probabilistic models from propositional models stemmed from the realization that the type of knowledge we have and need in many domains is at a level more generic than that of concrete objects. In reasoning about preference, too, often we have knowledge about the desirable behavior or state of a system of agents/objects, that applies to different instantiations of this system, while instantiations may differ in the number and properties of concrete objects … As an example, imagine the problem of monitoring emergency services in a …

publication date

  • January 1, 2009