AAAI Publications, Twenty-Fifth International FLAIRS Conference

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A Postulate-Based Analysis of Comparative Preference Statements
Souhila Kaci

Last modified: 2012-05-16

Abstract


Most of preference representation languages developed in the literature are based on comparative preference statements. The latter offer a simple and intuitive way for expressing preferences. They can be interpreted following different semantics. This paper presents a postulate-based analysis of the different semantics describing their behavior w.r.t. three criteria: coherence, syntax independence and inference.

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