Comparison of Partially Ranked Lists
AbstractIn this paper we introduce a measure of closeness of partial rankings based on a metric on permutations, and we analyze some of its properties. We consider two types of partial rankings: ranking the k favorite items out of n and classification into several ordered categories.
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