Multi-Attribute Preference Logic. Koen V. Hindriks, Wietske Visser, Catholijn M. Jonker. Overview. Motivating Context Informal Example Objectives Intuitions Multi-Attribute Preference Logic. Making the machine a negotiation partner. Pocket Negotiator project
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Koen V. Hindriks, Wietske Visser, Catholijn M. Jonker
Qualitative Preference Representation and Reasoning
GENIUS = Java-Based Negotiation Environment
Deadline for agent submissions January 31st, 2011
Suppose we want to buy a house.
Also suppose we’re considering three houses (objects):
The properties that are important (in the order presented):
Now, suppose we have an assignment of houses to properties.
We’d like to figure out which house is most preferred.
Start with a set of properties of objects…
… and note that preferences for these objects are commonly derived from ranked sets of properties (attributes) associated with these objects.
consider the most important properties in order
house1 > house2 > house3
Other orderings: best-out, discrimin, …