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Fourteen papers accepted to the 32nd AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence

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Fourteen papers by researchers from Oxford Department of Computer Science have been accepted to the 32nd AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-18). AAAI is the premier international conference for artificial intelligence research; in 2018 it accepted a total of 933 papers out of over 3800 submissions.  

The conference will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana, (USA) on February 2-7, 2018, see https://aaai.org/Conferences/AAAI-18/ for more information. The list of papers is included below; Oxford authors are marked with asterisks.

On the Complexity of Extended and Proportional Justified Representation

Haris Aziz, Edith Elkind*, Shenwei Huang, Martin Lackner, Luis Sanchez-Fernandez, and Piotr Skowron

 

Goal-Driven Query Answering for Existential Rules with Equality

Michael Benedikt*, Boris Motik*, and Efi Tsamoura*


Multiwinner Elections with Diversity Constraints

Robert Bredereck, Piotr Faliszewski, Ayumi Igarashi*, Martin Lackner, and Piotr Skowron

 

Reinforcement mechanism design for fraudulent behaviour in e-commerce

Qingpeng Cai, Aris Filos-Ratsikas*, Pingzong Tang, and Yuwei Zhang

 

IONet: Learning to Cure the Curse of Drift in Inertial Odometry

Changhao Chen*, Xiaoxuan Lu*, Andrew Markham*, and Niki Trigoni*

 

Expected Policy Gradients

Kamil Ciosek* and Shimon Whiteson*

 

Effective Heuristics for Committee Scoring Rules

Piotr Faliszewski, Martin Lackner, Dominik Peters*, and Nimrod Talmon

 

Counterfactual Multi-Agent Policy Gradients

Jakob Foerster*, Gregory Farquhar*, Triantafyllos Afouras*, Nantas Nardelli*, and Shimon Whiteson*

 

Optimised Maintenance of Datalog Materialisations

Pan Hu*, Boris Motik*, and Ian Horrocks*

 

Cooperative games with bounded dependency degree

Ayumi Igarashi*, Rani Izsak, and Edith Elkind*

 

On Recognising Nearly Single-Crossing Preferences

Florian Jaeckle*, Dominik Peters*, and Edith Elkind*

 

Single-Peakedness and Total Unimodularity for Multiwinner Elections

Dominik Peters*

 

Alternating Optimisation and Quadrature for Robust Control

Supratik Paul*, Shimon Whiteson*, Michael Osborne*, Konstantinos Chatzilygeroudis, Kamil Ciosek*, and Jean-Baptiste Mouret

 

Stream Reasoning in Temporal Datalog

Alessandro Ronca*, Mark Kaminski*, Bernardo Cuenca Grau*, Boris Motik*, and Ian Horrocks*

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