Preferences in Artificial Intelligence
Indexation documentaireIntelligence artificielle
SubjectPreferences; Preference-based systems; Reasoning about preferences; Preferences in logic; Non-monotonic logic; Representation of preferences; Preference elicitation; Utility elicitation; Non classical preference models
Nom de la revueAnnals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence
Date de publication2016
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Résumé en anglaisThe paper presents a focused survey about the presence and the use of the concept of “preferences” in Artificial Intelligence. Preferences are a central concept for decision making and have extensively been studied in disciplines such as economy, operational research, decision analysis, psychology and philosophy. However, in the recent years it has also become an important topic both for research and applications in Computer Science and more specifically in Artificial Intelligence, in fields spanning from recommender systems to automatic planning, from non monotonic reasoning to computational social choice and algorithmic decision theory. The survey essentially covers the basics of preference modelling, the use of preference in reasoning and argumentation, the problem of compact representations of preferences, preference learning and the use of non conventional preference models based on extended logical languages. It aims at providing a general reference for all researchers both in Artificial Intelligence and Decision Analysis interested in this exciting interdisciplinary topic.
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