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The classical way of encoding preferences in decision theory is by means of utility or value functions. However agents are not always able to deliver such a function directly. In this paper, we relate three different ways of specifying preferences, namely by means of a set of particular types of constraints on the utility function, by means of an ordered set of prioritized goals expressed by logical propositions, and by means of an ordered set of subsets of possible candidates reaching the samedoi:10.1007/978-1-4615-0843-4_14 fatcat:m3nqrzrgzjhd5lvutlsohegjqm