Jean-Philippe Dubus

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This paper deals with multiobjective optimization in the context of multiattribute utility theory. The alternatives (feasible solutions) are seen as elements of a product set of attributes and preferences over solutions are represented by generalized additive decomposable (GAI) utility functions model-ing individual preferences or criteria. Due to(More)
This paper deals with preference representation on combinatorial domains and preference-based recommendation in the context of multicriteria or multiagent decision making. The alternatives of the decision problem are seen as elements of a product set of attributes and preferences over solutions are represented by generalized additive decomposable (GAI)(More)
This paper is devoted to preference-based recommendation or configuration in the context of multiagent (or multicriteria) decision making. More precisely, we study the use of decomposable utility functions in the search for Choquet-optimal solutions on combinatorial domains. We consider problems where the alternatives (feasible solutions) are represented as(More)
This paper deals with Decision-Making in the context of multiattribute utility theory and, more precisely , with the problem of efficiently determining the best alternative w.r.t. an agent's preferences (choice problem). We assume that alternatives are elements of a product set of attributes and that the agent's preferences are represented by a generalized(More)
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