Upside-Down Preference Reversal: How to Override Ceteris-Paribus Preferences?
Decision making may involve multiple viewpoints which are comparing the given options according to different preference relations. The paper studies questions that arise when multiple viewpoints are merged into a single one. It shows how more specific preference statements over the merged viewpoint can override ceteris-paribus preferences resulting from aggregating the preferences of the individual viewpoints.
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