Proportional Belief Merging

  title={Proportional Belief Merging},
  author={Adrian Haret and M. Lackner and Andreas Pfandler and J. Wallner},
  • Adrian Haret, M. Lackner, +1 author J. Wallner
  • Published in AAAI 2020
  • Computer Science
  • In this paper we introduce proportionality to belief merging. Belief merging is a framework for aggregating information presented in the form of propositional formulas, and it generalizes many aggregation models in social choice. In our analysis, two incompatible notions of proportionality emerge: one similar to standard notions of proportionality in social choice, the other more in tune with the logic-based merging setting. Since established merging operators meet neither of these… CONTINUE READING
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