ADT 2013

Accepted papers

The conference proceedings will be referenced on:

Accepted Papers in Proceedings (Oral Presentations)

  • Adil Chennaoui and Marc Paquet, Planning system of emergency services
  • Paolo Viappiani and Christian Kroer, Robust Optimization of Recommendation Sets with the Maximin Utility Criterion
  • Olivier Sobrie, Vincent Mousseau and Marc Pirlot, Learning a majority rule model from large sets of assignment examples
  • Alessandro Agnetis, Gaia Nicosia, Andrea Pacifici and Ulrich Pferschy, Two agents competing for a shared machine
  • Diederik Roijers, Shimon Whiteson and Frans Oliehoek, Computing Convex Coverage Sets for Multi-Objective Coordination Graphs
  • Fred Roberts, Hans Chalupsky, Robert Demarco, Eduard Hovy, Paul Kantor, Alisa Matlin, Priyam Mitra, Birnur Ozbas, James Wojtowicz and Minge Xie, Estimating Violation Risk for Fisheries Regulations
  • Geraldine Bous and Marc Pirlot, Learning multicriteria utility functions with random utility models
  • Alexandru-Liviu Olteanu, Patrick Meyer and Raymond Bisdorff, Descriptive measures for sets of alternatives in Multiple Criteria Decision Aid
  • Xudong Liu and Miroslaw Truszczynski, Aggregating Conditionally Lexicographic Preferences Using Answer Set Programming Solvers
  • Noga Alon, Robert Bredereck, Jiehua Chen, Stefan Kratsch, Rolf Niedermeier and Gerhard J. Woeginger, How to Put Through Your Agenda in Collective Binary Decisions
  • Julien Ah-Pine, Brice Mayag and Antoine Rolland, Identification of a 2-additive bi-capacity by using mathematical programming
  • Alberto Colorni and Alexis Tsoukiàs, What is a Decision Problem?
  • Walid Trabelsi, Nic Wilson and Derek Bridge, Comparative Preferences Induction Methods for Conversational Recommenders
  • Pradeep Varakantham and Akshat Kumar, Optimization Approaches for Solving Chance Constrained Stochastic Orienteering Problems
  • Umberto Grandi, Andrea Loreggia, Francesca Rossi, Kristen Brent Venable and Toby Walsh, Restricted Manipulation in Iterative Voting: Condorcet Efficiency and Borda Score
  • Nicholas Mattei and Toby Walsh, PrefLib: A Library for Preferences
  • Dorothea Baumeister, Gabor Erdelyi, Olivia Johanna Erdelyi and Jörg Rothe, Computational Aspects of Manipulation and Control in Judgment Aggregation
  • Lea Deleris, Stephane Deparis, Bogdan Sacaleanu and Tounsi Lamia, Risk Information Extraction and Aggregation : Experimenting with Medline Abstracts
  • Jérôme Lang and Marija Slavkovik, From judgment aggregation rules to voting rules
  • Nathanael Barrot, Laurent Gourves, Jérôme Lang, Jerome Monnot and Bernard Ries, Possible and necessary winners in single-winner and multiwinner approval voting
  • Ronald Hochreiter and Christoph Waldhauser, A stochastic simulation of the decision to retweet
  • Herminia I. Calvete, Carmen Gale and Jose A. Iranzo, An Evolutionary Algorithm for the Biobjective Capacitated $m$-Ring Star Problem
  • Marek Grzes, Pascal Poupart and Jesse Hoey, Controller Compilation and Compression for Resource Constrained Applications
  • Matthew Spradling, Judy Goldsmith, Xudong Liu, Chandrima Dadi and Zhiyu Li, Roles and Teams Hedonic Game

Accepted Papers in Proceedings (Poster Presentations)

  • Paolo Viappiani, Thompson Sampling for Bayesian Bandits with Resets
  • Pradeep Varakantham, Na Fu, William Yeoh, Shih-Fen Cheng and Hoong Chuin Lau, Budgeted Personalized Incentive Approaches for Smoothing Out Congestion in Resource Networks
  • Noureddine Aribi and Yahia Lebbah, Exact approaches for parameter elicitation in lexicographic ordering
  • Richard Booth, Souhila Kaci and Tjitze Rienstra, Property-based Preferences in Abstract Argumentation
  • Trung Thanh Nguyen and Joerg Rothe, How to Decrease the Degree of Envy in Allocations of Indivisible Goods
  • Joshua T. Guerin, Thomas E. Allen and Judy Goldsmith, Learning CP-net Preferences Online from User Queries
  • Ulle Endriss, Voting on Actions with Uncertain Outcomes
  • Ganesh Ram Santhanam, Samik Basu and Vasant Honavar, Verifying Preferential Equivalence & Subsumption via Model Checking
  • Yongjie Yang and Jiong Guo, Possible Winner Problems on Partial Tournaments: A Parameterized Study

Accepted Oral Presentations without Proceedings

  • Markus Peters and Wolfgang Ketter, Towards autonomous decision-making: A probabilistic model for sparse multi-user preferences
  • Stefano Moretti, An axiomatic approach to social ranking under coalitional power relations
  • Stefan Eppe and Yves De Smet, Determining the exact conditions for rank reversal with PROMETHEE II
  • David Rios, David Banks and Jesus Rios, Opponent modeling in adversarial risk analysis
  • Nina Narodytska and Toby Walsh, The Computational Impact of Partial Votes on Strategic Voting
  • Nicholas Mattei, Nina Narodytska and Toby Walsh, How hard is it to control an election by breaking ties?