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Record number of papers accepted to the 31st AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence


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 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.

Dominik Peters*


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