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Preference Learning [electronic resource] / edited by Johannes Fürnkranz, Eyke Hüllermeier.

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Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2011.
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1 online resource (IX, 466 pages)
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1st ed. 2011.
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Computer Science (Springer-11645)
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Subjects:
Artificial intelligence.
Data mining.
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Artificial Intelligence. (search)
Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery. (search)
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Summary:
The topic of preferences is a new branch of machine learning and data mining, and it has attracted considerable attention in artificial intelligence research in recent years. Representing and processing knowledge in terms of preferences is appealing as it allows one to specify desires in a declarative way, to combine qualitative and quantitative modes of reasoning, and to deal with inconsistencies and exceptions in a flexible manner. Preference learning is concerned with the acquisition of preference models from data - it involves learning from observations that reveal information about the preferences of an individual or a class of individuals, and building models that generalize beyond such training data. This is the first book dedicated to this topic, and the treatment is comprehensive. The editors first offer a thorough introduction, including a systematic categorization according to learning task and learning technique, along with a unified notation. The remainder of the book is organized into parts that follow the developed framework, complementing survey articles with in-depth treatises of current research topics in this area. The book will be of interest to researchers and practitioners in artificial intelligence, in particular machine learning and data mining, and in fields such as multicriteria decision-making and operations research.
Contents:
Preference Learning: An Introduction
A Preference Optimization Based Unifying Framework for Supervised Learning Problems
Label Ranking Algorithms: A Survey
Preference Learning and Ranking by Pairwise Comparison
Decision Tree Modeling for Ranking Data
Co-regularized Least-Squares for Label Ranking
A Survey on ROC-Based Ordinal Regression
Ranking Cases with Classification Rules
A Survey and Empirical Comparison of Object Ranking Methods
Dimension Reduction for Object Ranking
Learning of Rule Ensembles for Multiple Attribute Ranking Problems
Learning Lexicographic Preference Models
Learning Ordinal Preferences on Multiattribute Domains: the Case of CP-nets
Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis: Classification vs. Discrete Choice Models
Learning Aggregation Operators for Preference Modeling
Evaluating Search Engine Relevance with Click-Based Metrics
Learning SVM Ranking Function from User Feedback Using Document
Metadata and Active Learning in the Biomedical Domain
Learning Preference Models in Recommender Systems
Collaborative Preference Learning
Discerning Relevant Model Features in a Content-Based Collaborative Recommender System
Author Index
Subject Index.
Contributor:
Fürnkranz, Johannes, editor., Editor,
Hüllermeier, Eyke. editor., Editor,
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ISBN:
978-3-642-14125-6
9783642141256
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10.1007/978-3-642-14125-6 doi
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