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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Soft constraints have proved to be a versatile tool for the specification and implementation of decision making in adaptive systems. A plethora of formalisms have been devised to capture different notions of preference. Wirsing et al. have proposed partial valuation structures as a unifying algebraic structure for several soft constraint formalisms, including quantitative and qualitative ones, which, in particular, supports lexicographic products in a broad range of cases. We demonstrate thedoi:10.1007/978-3-319-15545-6_10 fatcat:xd2oiu5gdbejlftxr7g32hdh5u