User-Involved Preference Elicitation

@inproceedings{Pu2003UserInvolvedPE,
  title={User-Involved Preference Elicitation},
  author={Pearl Pu and Boi Faltings and Marc Torrens},
  year={2003}
}
When searching for multi-attribute services or products, understanding and representing user’s preferences is a crucial task. However, many computer tools do not afford users to adequately focus on fundamental decision objectives, reveal hidden preferences, revise conflicting preferences, or explicitly reason about tradeoffs with competing decision goals. As a result, users often fail to find the best solution. From building decision support systems for various application domains, we have… CONTINUE READING
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