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Volume 6: 33rd Design Automation Conference, Parts A and B
A common implicit assumption in engineering design is that user preferences exist a priori. However, research from behavioral psychology and experimental economics suggests that individuals construct preferences on a case-by-case basis when called to make a decision rather than referring to an existing preference structure. Thus, across different contexts, preference elicitation methods used in design decision making can lead to preference inconsistencies. This paper offers a framework fordoi:10.1115/detc2007-35580 fatcat:wyxwmr6o5vesdk6thq3vuki3lm