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Ceteris Paribus Preference Elicitation with Predictive Guarantees
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We present an algorithm that solves this problem in polynomial time, provided that some restrictions on the input pairwise comparison and the CP-net to be learned are satisfied. Expand
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Congestion control in wireless sensor networks based on bird flocking behavior
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This paper proposes that the flocking behavior of birds can guide the design of a robust, scalable and self-adaptive congestion control protocol in the context of wireless sensor networks (WSNs). Expand
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ICE: an iterative combinatorial exchange
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We present the first design for a fully expressive iterative combinatorial exchange (ICE). Expand
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Partial observability and learnability
  • L. Michael
  • Computer Science
  • Artif. Intell.
  • 1 July 2010
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We show how the Probably Approximately Correct semantics can be extended to deal with missing information in the learning examples in a principled manner, and without the need for external supervision. Expand
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Reasoning About Actions and Change in Answer Set Programming
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This paper studies computational issues related to the problem of reasoning about actions and change (RAC) by exploiting its link with the Answer Set Programming paradigm. Expand
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TBBL: A Tree-Based Bidding Language for Iterative Combinatorial Exchanges
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We present a tree-based logical bidding language, TBBL, for preference elicitation in combinatorial exchanges (CEs). Expand
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Write Like I Write: Herding in the Language of Online Reviews
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We propose a model of herding as a local transmission process, exploring the hypothesis that a reviewer is influenced by how preceding reviews manifest a given stylistic feature (e.g., pronouns). Expand
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The Price of Defense
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We prove that a Nash equilibrium can be computed in polynomial time and incur a Price of Defense of either $\frac{|V|}{2}$ or α(G). Expand
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Congestion Control in Wireless Sensor Networks Based on the Bird Flocking Behavior
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We use swarm intelligence to combat congestion in wireless sensor networks by mimicking the collective behavior of bird flocks, achieving the emerging global behavior of minimum congestion. Expand
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Modular-E: an Elaboration Tolerant Approach to the Ramification and Qualification Problems - Preliminary Report
We describe Modular-E (ME), a specialized, model-theoretic logic for narrative reasoning about actions, able to represent non-deterministic domains involving concurrency, static laws (constraints)Expand
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