Jakub Sliwinski

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In this work we focus on the following question: how important was the i-th feature in determining the outcome for a given datapoint? We identify a family of influence measures; functions that, given a datapoint ~x, assign a value φi(~x) to every feature i, which roughly corresponds to that i’s importance in determining the outcome for ~x. This family is(More)
Coalitional stability in hedonic games has usually been considered in the setting where agent preferences are fully known. We consider the setting where agent preferences are unknown; we lay the theoretical foundations for studying the interplay between coalitional stability and (PAC) learning in hedonic games. We introduce the notion of PAC stability — the(More)
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