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Once column W [·, n] is computed, the preferred items can then be identiﬁed in two steps: 1. one identiﬁes proﬁt vectors p for which W [p, n] ≤ B; 2. one extracts the non-dominated elements among them. The corresponding preferred solutions can then be retrieved by using standard bookkeeping techniques. We adapt this method as follows to ﬁt the committee selection problem, where n one has to take into account cardinality constraint i=1 xi = K and where (p1 , . . , pC ) ∈ 0, K C ↑ . In step 1 above, one identiﬁes proﬁt vectors p for which W [p, n] ≤ B and pC = K.

Once column W [·, n] is computed, the preferred items can then be identiﬁed in two steps: 1. one identiﬁes proﬁt vectors p for which W [p, n] ≤ B; 2. one extracts the non-dominated elements among them. The corresponding preferred solutions can then be retrieved by using standard bookkeeping techniques. We adapt this method as follows to ﬁt the committee selection problem, where n one has to take into account cardinality constraint i=1 xi = K and where (p1 , . . , pC ) ∈ 0, K C ↑ . In step 1 above, one identiﬁes proﬁt vectors p for which W [p, n] ≤ B and pC = K.

Conditional effects are defined in the same manner. I is the usual initial state with the addition of the the vector v(I) marking the initial values of the numeric variables, and G is simply a conjunction of conditions. t v i (s) is the numeric value of v i in the state s. The value of an expression e in as state s is the rational number that the expression simplifies to when replacing all numeric variables with their respective value, v(s), or it is undefined if division by 0 occurs. A constraint (e, comp, e ) holds in a state s if e and e are defined in s and stand in the relation comp.