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11 Oxford Papers for AAMAS-2016


Eleven papers by Oxford researchers have been accepted to the 15th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAAI-16). AAMAS is the leading scientific conference for research in autonomous agents and multiagent systems; in 2016 it accepted a total of 137 full papers out of 550 submissions. The conference will be held in Singapore on May 9-13, 2016. For further information, see  

The list of papers is included below.

Expressiveness and Nash Equilibrium in Iterated Boolean Games

Julian Gutierrez, Paul Harrenstein, Giuseppe Perelli, Michael Wooldridge


Optimal Bounds for the No-Show Paradox via SAT Solving.

Felix Brandt, Christian Geist, and Dominik Peters.


False-Name-Proof Recommendations in Social Networks

Markus Brill, Vincent Conitzer, Rupert Freeman, and Nisarg Shah.


Online Planning for Collaborative Search and Rescue by Heterogeneous Robot Teams,

Zoltan Beck, Luke Teacy, Alex Rogers, and Nicholas R. Jennings


Inverse Reinforcement Learning from Failure

Kyriacos Shiarlis, João Messias, Shimon Whiteson


Attachment Centrality: An Axiomatic Approach to Connectivity in Networks

Oskar Skibski, Talal Rahwan, Tomasz Michalak, Makoto Yokoo


k-Coalitional Cooperative Games

Oskar Skibski, Szymon Matejczyk, Tomasz Michalak, Michael Wooldridge, Makoto Yokoo


Repeated dollar auctions: A multi-armed bandit approach

Marcin Waniek, Long Tran-Thanh, Tomasz Michalak, Talal Rahwan


Hedonic games with graph-restricted communication

Ayumi Igarashi, Edith Elkind


Complexity of finding equilibria of plurality voting under structured preferences

Edith Elkind, Evangelos Markakis, Svetlana Obraztsova, Piotr Skowron


Manipulating citation indices in a social context

Chrystalla Pavlou, Edith Elkind