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JCSS
2010
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13 years 4 months ago
Towards a dichotomy for the Possible Winner problem in elections based on scoring rules
To make a joint decision, agents (or voters) are often required to provide their preferences as linear orders. To determine a winner, the given linear orders can be aggregated acc...
Nadja Betzler, Britta Dorn
FLAIRS
2006
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Conservative and Creative Strategies for the Refinement of Scoring Rules
In knowledge engineering research the refinement of manually developed intelligent systems is still one of the key issues. Since scoring rules are an intuitive and easy to impleme...
Joachim Baumeister, Martin Atzmüller, Peter K...
ICDT
1997
ACM
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13 years 10 months ago
Incorporating User Preferences in Multimedia Queries
A “scoring rule” is an assignment of a value to every tuple (of varying sizes). This paper is concerned with the issue of how to modify a scoring rule to apply to the case whe...
Ronald Fagin, Edward L. Wimmers
MFCS
2009
Springer
13 years 10 months ago
Towards a Dichotomy of Finding Possible Winners in Elections Based on Scoring Rules
Abstract. To make a joint decision, agents (or voters) are often required to provide their preferences as linear orders. To determine a winner, the given linear orders can be aggre...
Nadja Betzler, Britta Dorn
WINE
2009
Springer
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14 years 24 days ago
Externalities in Keyword Auctions: An Empirical and Theoretical Assessment
It is widely believed that the value of acquiring a slot in a sponsored search list (that comes along with the organic links in a search engine’s result page) highly depends on ...
Renato Gomes, Nicole Immorlica, Evangelos Markakis