Terminological Cycles in a Description Logic with Existential Restrictions

@inproceedings{Baader2003TerminologicalCI,
  title={Terminological Cycles in a Description Logic with Existential Restrictions},
  author={Franz Baader},
  booktitle={IJCAI},
  year={2003}
}
The Myerson-Satterthwaite theorem is a foundational impossibility result in mechanism design which states that no mechanism can be Bayes-Nash incentive compatible, individually rational, and not run a deficit. It holds universally for priors that are continuous, gapless, and overlapping. Using automated mechanism design, we investigate how often the impossibility occurs over discrete valuation domains. While the impossibility appears to hold generally for settings with large numbers of possible… CONTINUE READING
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