Case-Based Preference Elicitation ( Preliminary Report )

@inproceedings{Tri2002CaseBasedPE,
  title={Case-Based Preference Elicitation ( Preliminary Report )},
  author={Vu Ha Tri and Le Peter and Haddawy},
  year={2002}
}
  • Vu Ha Tri, Le Peter, Haddawy
  • Published 2002
While decision theory provides an appealing normative framework for representing rich preference structures, eliciting utility or value functions typically incurs a large cost. For many applications involving interactive systems this overhead precludes the use of formal decision-theoretic models of preference. Instead of performing elicitation in a vacuum… CONTINUE READING