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See detailA partial taxonomy of judgment aggregation rules and their properties
Lang, Jérome; Pigozzi, Gabriella; Slavkovik, Marija et al

in Social Choice and Welfare (2017), 48(2), 327--356

The literature on judgment aggregation is moving from studying impossibility results regarding aggregation rules towards studying specific judgment aggregation rules. Here we give a structured list of ... [more ▼]

The literature on judgment aggregation is moving from studying impossibility results regarding aggregation rules towards studying specific judgment aggregation rules. Here we give a structured list of most rules that have been proposed and studied recently in the literature, together with various properties of such rules. We first focus on the majority-preservation property, which generalizes Condorcet-consistency, and identify which of the rules satisfy it. We study the inclusion relationships that hold between the rules. Finally, we consider two forms of unanimity, monotonicity, homogeneity, and reinforcement, and we identify which of the rules satisfy these properties. [less ▲]

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See detailLearning conditionally lexicographic preference relations
Booth, Richard UL; Chevaleyre, Yann; Lang, Jérôme et al

Scientific Conference (2011)

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See detailLearning conditionally lexicographic preference relations
Booth, Richard UL; Chevaleyre, Yann; Lang, Jérôme et al

in Proceedings of the 19th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2010) (2010)

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See detailLearning various classes of models of lexicographic orderings
Booth, Richard UL; Chevaleyre, Yann; Lang, Jèrôme et al

Scientific Conference (2009)

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See detailFrom belief change to preference change
Lang, Jerome; van der Torre, Leon UL

in Proceedings of Eighteenth European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI2008) (2008)

Various tasks need to consider preferences in a dynamic way. We start by discussing several possible meanings of preference change, and then focus on the one we think is the most natural: preferences ... [more ▼]

Various tasks need to consider preferences in a dynamic way. We start by discussing several possible meanings of preference change, and then focus on the one we think is the most natural: preferences evolving after some new fact has been learned. We define a family of such preference change operators, parameterized by a revision function on epistemic states and a semantics for interpreting preferences over formulas. We list some natural properties that this kind of preference change should fulfill and give conditions on the revision function and the semantics of preference for each of these properties to hold. [less ▲]

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