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Group decision making in a bipolar leveled framework

Abstract : We study the use of a bipolar decision structure called BLF (bipolar leveled framework) in the context of collective decision making where the vote consists in giving factual information about a candidate which the group should accept or reject. A BLF defines the set of possible decision principles that may be used in order to evaluate the admissibility of a given candidate. A decision principle is a rule that relates some observations about the candidate to a given goal that the selection of this candidate may achieve or miss. The decision principles are ordered accordingly to the importance of the goal they support. Oppositions to decision principles are also described in the BLF under the form of observations that contradict the realization of the decision principles. We show how the use of a common BLF may reduce the impact of manipulation strategies in the context of group decision making.
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Florence Dupin de Saint Cyr-Bannay, Romain Guillaume. Group decision making in a bipolar leveled framework. International Conference on Principles and Practice of Multi-Agent Systems (PRIMA 2018), Oct 2017, Nice, France. pp.34-52, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-69131-2_3⟩. ⟨hal-02651458⟩



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