Tcpnets for preferences over sets Academic Article uri icon


  • Abstract Typically, work on preference elicitation and reasoning about preferences has focused on the problem of specifying, modeling, and optimizing with preference over outcomes corresponding to single objects of interest. In a number of applications, however, the “outcomes” of interest are really sets of such atomic outcomes. For instance, when trying to form coalitions or committees, we need to select an optimal combination of individuals. In this paper we describe some initial work on specifying preferences over sets of objects …

publication date

  • January 1, 2005