Recognizing and Eliciting Weakly Single Crossing Profiles on Trees

13 Nov 2016 Palash Dey

The domain of single crossing preference profiles is a widely studied domain in social choice theory. It has been generalized to the domain of single crossing preference profiles with respect to trees which inherits many desirable properties from the single crossing domain, for example, transitivity of majority relation, existence of polynomial time algorithms for finding winners of Kemeny voting rule, etc... (read more)

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