Judgment Aggregation under Issue Dependencies

@inproceedings{Costantini2016JudgmentAU,
  title={Judgment Aggregation under Issue Dependencies},
  author={Marco Costantini and Carla Groenland and Ulrich Endriss},
  booktitle={AAAI},
  year={2016}
}
We introduce a new family of judgment aggregation rules, called the binomial rules, designed to account for hidden dependencies between some of the issues being judged. To place them within the landscape of judgment aggregation rules, we analyse both their axiomatic properties and their computational complexity, and we show that they contain both the well-known distance-based rule and the basic rule returning the most frequent overall judgment as special cases. To evaluate the performance of… CONTINUE READING

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