Active Learning for Top-$K$ Rank Aggregation from Noisy Comparisons

We explore an active top-$K$ ranking problem based on pairwise comparisons that are collected possibly in a sequential manner as per our design choice. We consider two settings: (1) top-$K$ sorting in which the goal is to recover the top-$K$ items in order out of $n$ items; (2) top-$K$ partitioning where only the set of top-$K$ items is desired... (read more)

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