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#computation #consensus-recommendation #multiwinner-election #social-choice
Question
In the context of consensus recommendation, given a set of winners S, define egalitarian and utilitarian global misrepresentation in terms of each agent's representative item c(i), and their indvidual misrepresentation values μ i,c(i)
Formally, the global misrepresentation of assignment π is defined as:(utilitarianism: μ U (π) = $$\sum_{i\leq n}$$ μ i,c(i) ; egalitarianism: μ E (π) = $$\max_{i\leq n}$$ μ i,c(i) .

Tags
#computation #consensus-recommendation #multiwinner-election #social-choice
Question
In the context of consensus recommendation, given a set of winners S, define egalitarian and utilitarian global misrepresentation in terms of each agent's representative item c(i), and their indvidual misrepresentation values μ i,c(i)
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Tags
#computation #consensus-recommendation #multiwinner-election #social-choice
Question
In the context of consensus recommendation, given a set of winners S, define egalitarian and utilitarian global misrepresentation in terms of each agent's representative item c(i), and their indvidual misrepresentation values μ i,c(i)
Formally, the global misrepresentation of assignment π is defined as:(utilitarianism: μ U (π) = $$\sum_{i\leq n}$$ μ i,c(i) ; egalitarianism: μ E (π) = $$\max_{i\leq n}$$ μ i,c(i) .
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