Aggregating preferences cannot be fair

  title={Aggregating preferences cannot be fair},
  author={Francesca Rossi and Kristen Brent Venable and Toby Walsh},
  journal={Intelligenza Artificiale},
SOMMARIO/ABSTRACT Preferences typically define a partial ordering over outcomes. A number of formalisms like soft constraints and CP-nets exists to specify such partial or-derings. In situations involving multiple agents, we need to combine the preferences of several individuals. In this paper, we consider each agent as voting on whether they prefer one outcome to another. We prove that, under certain conditions on the kind of partial orders that are allowed to express the preferences of the… CONTINUE READING

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