Fine-Grained View on Bribery for Group Identification
IJCAI 2020, pp. 67-73, 2020.
We extended the research on bribery in group identification by considering a new model for bribery cost and two new bribery goals
Given a set of individuals qualifying or disqualifying each other, group identification is the task of identifying a socially qualified subgroup of individuals. Social qualification depends on the specific rule used to aggregate individual qualifications. The bribery problem in this context asks how many agents need to change their qualif...More
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