Extracting Trends from Incomplete Ordinal Preferences


In conventional preference aggregation, usually the result of aggregating multiple preferences is a single preference. Thus, the preference of the majority is seen as the aggregated preference of the whole society. But often, members of a society have many different tastes and these tastes are partly recognizable from their preferences. There are many… (More)

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