• Computer Science, Mathematics
  • Published in UAI 2007

Ranking Under Uncertainty

@article{Zuk2007RankingUU,
  title={Ranking Under Uncertainty},
  author={Or Zuk and Liat Ein-Dor and Eytan Domany},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2007},
  volume={abs/1206.5280}
}
Ranking objects is a simple and natural procedure for organizing data. It is often performed by assigning a quality score to each object according to its relevance to the problem at hand. Ranking is widely used for object selection, when resources are limited and it is necessary to select a subset of most relevant objects for further processing. In real world situations, the object's scores are often calculated from noisy measurements, casting doubt on the ranking reliability. We introduce an… CONTINUE READING

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