Till grüne-yanoff and Sven ove Hansson Royal institute of technology, stockholm firstname.lastname@example.org.Se
|Abstract||We propose to model preference change as the change of an agent’s preference state in response to the agent accepting a preference affect. The preference state of an agent is ruled by various inferential commitments. Accepting a preference affect will likely bring the preference state into inconsistency. The model shows how the preference state needs to be adjusted to restore consistency. In particular, it shows which path restoration will take, conditional on the previous preference state and the available dynamic information, and it determines how the ensuing preference state will look like.|
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