Social Choice for Partial Preferences Using Imputation

@inproceedings{Doucette2016SocialCF,
  title={Social Choice for Partial Preferences Using Imputation},
  author={John A. Doucette},
  year={2016}
}
Within the field of multiagent systems, the area of computational social choice considers the problems arising when decisions must be made collectively by a group of agents. Usually such systems collect a ranking of the alternatives from each member of the group in turn, and aggregate these individual rankings to arrive at a collective decision. However, when there are many alternatives to consider, individual agents may be unwilling, or unable, to rank all of them, leading to decisions that… CONTINUE READING

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