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    Empirical decision model learning.Michele Lombardi, Michela Milano & Andrea Bartolini - 2017 - Artificial Intelligence 244 (C):343-367.
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    Liberal Egalitarianism and the Harm Principle.Michele Lombardi, Kaname Miyagishima & Roberto Veneziani - 2016 - Economic Journal 126 (597):2173-2196.
    We analyse the implications of classical liberal and libertarian approaches for distributive justice in the context of social welfare orderings. We study an axiom capturing a liberal non-interfering view of society, the Weak Harm Principle, whose roots can be traced back to John Stuart Mill. We show that liberal views of individual autonomy and freedom can provide consistent foundations for welfare judgements. In particular, a liberal non-interfering approach can help to adjudicate some fundamental distributive issues relative to intergenerational justice. However, (...)
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    A min-flow algorithm for Minimal Critical Set detection in Resource Constrained Project Scheduling.Michele Lombardi & Michela Milano - 2012 - Artificial Intelligence 182-183 (C):58-67.
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    CROSS cyclic resource-constrained scheduling solver.Alessio Bonfietti, Michele Lombardi, Luca Benini & Michela Milano - 2014 - Artificial Intelligence 206 (C):25-52.
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    Allocation and scheduling of Conditional Task Graphs.Michele Lombardi & Michela Milano - 2010 - Artificial Intelligence 174 (7-8):500-529.
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    Treading a Fine Line: Characterisations and Impossibilities for Liberal Principles in Infinitely-Lived Societies.Michele Lombardi & Roberto Veneziani - 2012 - B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics 12 (1):24.
    This paper extends the analysis of liberal principles in social choice recently proposed by Mariotti and Veneziani (2009a) to infinitely-lived societies. First, some novel characterisations of inegalitarian leximax social welfare relations are derived based on the Individual Benefit Principle (IBP), which incorporates a liberal, non-interfering view of society. This is surprising because the IBP does not explicitly incorporate any preference for inequality, nor does it assign priority to well-off members of society. Second, some impossibility results are derived that highlight a (...)
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