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Changing preferences is very common in real life. The expressive power of the operations of preference change introduced so far in the literature is limited to adding new information about preference and equivalence. Here, the authors discuss the operation of discarding preferences: preference contraction. They argue that the property of minimality and the preservation of strict partial orders are crucial for contractions. Contractions can be further constrained by specifying which preferences should not be contracted.
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