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Title: Learning and Ensembling Lexicographic Preference Trees with Multiple Kernels
Authors: Kelwin Alexander Correia
Jaime Cardoso
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: We study the problem of learning lexicographic preferences on multiattribute domains, and propose Rankdom Forests as a compact way to express preferences in learning to rank scenarios. We start generalizing Conditional Lexicographic Preference Trees by introducing multiple kernels in order to handle non-categorical attributes. Then, we define a learning strategy for inferring lexicographic rankers from partial pairwise comparisons between options. Finally, a Lexicographic Ensemble is introduced to handle multiple weak partial rankers, being Rankdom Forests one of these ensembles. We tested the performance of the proposed method using several datasets and obtained competitive results when compared with other lexicographic rankers.
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