In many practical group decision problems, alternatives are not well defined a priori, but have to be constructed as combinations of actions introduced by different group members. Both the generation of such "Composite alternatives" in the presence of global constraints and their aggregate evaluation can lead to specific problems. The combinatorial nature of the generation process also requires techniques for reducing the total number of composite alternatives generated.
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