Practical Preference Relations for Large Data Sets

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User-defined preferences allow personalized ranking of query results. A user provides a declarative specification of his/lier preferences, and the system is expected to use that specification to give more prominence to preferred answers. We study constraint formalisms for expressing user preferences as base facts in a partial order. We consider a language… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ICDEW.2007.4400997

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@article{Ross2007PracticalPR, title={Practical Preference Relations for Large Data Sets}, author={Kenneth A. Ross and Peter J. Stuckey and Am{\'e}lie Marian}, journal={2007 IEEE 23rd International Conference on Data Engineering Workshop}, year={2007}, pages={229-236} }