Corpus ID: 6111713

A Hybrid Approach to Reasoning with Partially Elicited Preference Models

@inproceedings{Ha1999AHA,
  title={A Hybrid Approach to Reasoning with Partially Elicited Preference Models},
  author={Vu A. Ha and P. Haddawy},
  booktitle={UAI},
  year={1999}
}
Classical Decision Theory provides a normative framework for representing and reasoning about complex preferences. Straight forward application of this theory to automate decision making is difficult due to high elicitation cost. In response to this problem, researchers have recently developed a number of qualitative, logic-oriented approaches for representing and reasoning about preferences. While effectively addressing some expressiveness issues, these logics have not proven powerful enough… Expand
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