Record number of papers accepted to the 31st AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Posted: 21st November 2016
This year, 21 papers by members of the Oxford CS Department have been accepted to the 31st AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-17). AAAI is the premier international conference for artificial intelligence research; in 2017 it accepted a total of 638 papers out of 2,590 submissions. The conference will be held in San Francisco (USA) on February 4-9, 2017, see http://www.aaai.org/Conferences/AAAI/aaai17.php for more information.
In 2016, 2015 and 2014, Oxford had 14, 12 and 8 papers in AAAI, respectively.
The list of papers is included below; Oxford authors are marked with asterisks.
Recognising Multidimensional Euclidean Preferences.
Preferences Single-Peaked on a Circle.
Dominik Peters* and Martin Lackner*
OFFER: Off-Environment Reinforcement Learning
Kamil Ciosek* and Shimon Whiteson*
Ontology−Mediated Queries for Probabilistic Databases
Stefan Borgwardt‚ İsmail İlkan Ceylan and Thomas Lukasiewicz*
Reasoning about Cognitive Trust in Stochastic Multiagent Systems
Xiaowei Huang* and Marta Kwiatkowska*
Source Information Disclosure in Ontology-Based Data Integration
Michael Benedikt*, Bernardo Cuenca Grau*, and Egor Kostylev*
Small is Beautiful: Computing Minimal Equivalent EL Concepts
Nadeschda Nikitina* and Patrick Koopmann
Trust-Sensitive Evolution of DL-Lite Knowledge Bases
Dmitriy Zheleznyakov*, Evgeny Kharlamov* and Ian Horrocks*
VINet: Visual-Inertial Odometry as a Sequence-to-sequence Learning Problem
Ronald Clark*, Sen Wang*, Hongkai Wen, Andrew Markham* and Niki Trigoni*
Phragmen’s Voting Methods and Justified Representation
Markus Brill, Rupert Freeman, Svante Janson, Martin Lackner*
Winner Determination in Huge Elections with MapReduce
Theresa Csar, Martin Lackner*, Reinhard Pichler, Emanuel Sallinger*
The Dollar Auction with Spiteful Players
Marcin Waniek, Long Tran-Thanh, Tomasz P. Michalak*, Nicholas R. Jennings
Axiomatic Characterization of Game-Theoretic Network Centralities
Oskar Skibski, Talal Rahwan, Tomasz P. Michalak*
Strategic Social Network Analsysis
Tomasz P. Michalak*, Talal Rahwan, Michael Wooldridge*
Teams in Online Scheduling Polls: Game-Theoretic Aspects
Robert Bredereck*, Jiehua Chen, Rolf Niedermeier, Svetlana Obraztsova,
and Nimrod Talmon
Multiwinner Approval Rules as Apportionment Methods
Markus Brill, Jean-Francois Laslier and Piotr Skowron*
Social Choice Under Metric Preferences: Scoring Rules and STV
Edith Elkind* and Piotr Skowron*
What Do Multiwinner Voting Rules Do?
An Experiment Over the Two-Dimensional Euclidean Domain
Edith Elkind*, Piotr Faliszewski, Jean-Francois Laslier, Piotr Skowron*, Arkadii Slinko, Nimrod Talmon
Group Activity Selection on Social Networks
Ayumi Igarashi*, Dominik Peters*, Edith Elkind*
Proportional Justified Representation
Luis Sanchez-Fernandez, Edith Elkind*, Martin Lackner*, Norberto Fernandez ,
Jesus A. Fisteus, Pablo Basanta Val, Piotr Skowron
Planar Security Games
Jiarui Gan*, Bo An, Yevgeniy Vorobeychik, Brian Gauch