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A Voting Procedures Recommender System for Decision-making

Abstract : Facilitation is a critical element in decision-making using the tools of new technology. Voting is a tool commonly used in decision making. The choice of a voting procedure is not easy for a novice facilitator. So it is interesting to propose a recommendation system that assists novice facilitators in their voting procedures choice. There are several voting procedures, some of which are difficult to explain and which can elect different options or alternatives. The best choice is one whose election is easily accepted by the group. Voting in social choice theory is a widely studied discipline whose principles are often complex and difficult to explain at a decision-making meeting. So, a recommendation system can alleviate the facilitator on his work in finding adequate voting procedure to be applied in a group decision.
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Adama Coulibaly, Pascale Zaraté, Guy Camilleri, Jacqueline Konate, Fana Tangara. A Voting Procedures Recommender System for Decision-making. 19th International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation (GDN 2019), Jun 2019, Loughborough, United Kingdom. pp.80-91. ⟨hal-02442009⟩

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