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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In this paper we focus on how to use CBR for making collective decisions in groups of agents. Moreover, we show that using CBR allows us to dispense with standard but unrealistic assumptions taken in these kind of tasks. Typically, social choice studies voting methods but assumes complete knowledge over all possible alternatives. We present a more general scenario called open-ended deliberative agreement with rational ignorance (ODARI), and show how can CBR be used to deal with rationaldoi:10.1007/978-3-642-23291-6_10 fatcat:o267hm755fdxrffeyb7c6ojzlq