A Cardinal Comparison of Experts

Kavaler Itay
Kavaler Itay

WINE, pp. 416-429, 2019.

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Abstract:

In various situations decision makers face experts that may provide conflicting advice. This advice may be in the form of probabilistic forecasts over critical future events. We consider a setting where the two forecasters provide their advice repeatedly and ask whether the decision maker can learn to compare and rank the two forecaster...More

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