Conference Program

Proceedings of ADT 2019

(LNAI 11834, Springer)

Invited speakers:


  • Lirong Xia: Learning and Decision-Making from Rank Data

Accepted papers:

Nawal Benabbou, Cassandre Leroy, Thibaut Lust and Patrice Perny. Combining Local Search and Elicitation for Multi-Objective Combinatorial Optimization

Rupert Freeman, David Pennock, Dominik Peters and Jennifer Wortman Vaughan. Truthful Aggregation of Budget Proposals

Grzegorz Gawron and Piotr Faliszewski. Robustness of Approval-Based Multiwinner Voting Rules

Rica Gonen and Anat Lerner. Towards Characterizing the Deterministic Combinatorial Constrained Efficient Space

Aleksandr M. Kazachkov and Shai Vardi. On Tanking and Competitive Balance

Arwa Khannoussi, Alexandru-Liviu Olteanu, Christophe Labreuche, Pritesh Narayan, Catherine Dezan, Jean-Philippe Diguet, Jacques Petit-Frère and Patrick Meyer. Integrating operators’ preferences into decisions of unmanned aerial vehicles : multi-layer decision engine and incremental preference elicitation

Benno Kuckuck, Jörg Rothe and Anke Weißenfeld. Refugee Allocation in the Setting of Hedonic Games

Pascal Lange and Jörg Rothe. Optimizing Social Welfare in Social Networks

Xudong Liu and Mirek Truszczynski. New Complexity Results on Aggregating Lexicographic Preference Trees Using Positional Scoring Rules

Neeldhara Misra. On the Parameterized Complexity of Party Nominations

Roi Naveiro and David Ríos. Stochastic Gradient Methods for Solving Stackelberg Games

Ons Nefla, Meltem Ozturk, Paolo Viappiani and Imène Brigui-Chtioui. Interactive Elicitation of a Majority Rule Sorting Model with Maximum Margin Optimization

William Bailey, Judy Goldsmith, Brent Harrison and Siyao Xu. Approximating the Pareto Front of Bi-Criteria Kidney Exchanges

Karsten Diekhoff, Michael Kirsten and Jonas Krämer. Formal Property-Oriented Design of Voting Rules Using Composable Modules

Piotr Faliszewski and Marija Slavkovik. The Complexity of Elections with Rational Actors

Michael Huelsman and Miroslaw Truszczynski. Approximating Dominance in CP-nets by Lexicographic Evaluation

Gal Shahaf, Ehud Shapiro and Nimrod Talmon. Aggregation over Metric Spaces: Proposing and Voting in Elections, Budgeting, and Legislation

Austin Taing, Judy Goldsmith and Justin Wedeking. Application of Boolean Logic to Natural Language Complexity in Political Discourse

Arthur Valko, Alexandru-Liviu Olteanu and Patrick Meyer. Integrating multiple contexts into multi-criteria majority-rule sorting

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