NIPS 2011 Workshop

Schedule & Presentations

Time

Title

Authors

7:30—7:40

Opening session

Organisers

7:40—8:10

"Bounded Rationality in

Multiagent Systems Using

 Decentralized Metareasoning"

Shlomo Zilberstein, Alan Carlin

University of Massachusetts

8:10—8:40

"Perfection and bounded rationality in the study cognition"

  

Henry Brighton

Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany

8:40—9:10

CHANGE "Sharing of knowledge and preferences among imperfect Bayesian decision makers"

Miroslav Karny, T.V.Guy

Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Prague

9:10—9:40

Coffee break

 

9:40—10:10

"Ambiguity aversion and the role of information in decision making and planning"

Naftali Tishby

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

10:10—10:40

CHANGE: "Invariant neuronal activity associated to decision making in a rewarded choice reaction time task"

   

Alessandro E. P. Villa

University of Lausanne 

 

10:40—10:50

Poster spotlights

 

10:50—11:30

Poster preview

 

 

"Modeling Bounded Rationality of Agents During Interactions"

Qing Guo, Piotr Gmytrasiewicz,

University of Illinois at Chicago

 

"Scalable Negotiation Protocol based on Issue-Grouping for Highly Nonlinear Situation"

Katsuhide Fujita, Takayuki Ito, Mark Klein

Nagoya Institute of Technology and

MIT Sloan School of Management

 

“Supra-Bayesian Approach to Merging of Incomplete and Incompatible Data"

Vladimira Seckarova

Charles University, Prague

 

“Multi-dimensional trading problem in multi-participant settings"

Jan Zeman

Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Prague

11:30--3:30

Break

 

3:30--4:00

"Using Game Theoretic Concepts to Improve Human Pilot Modeling During Mid-Air Encounters"

Ritchie Lee, David H. Wolpert

Carnegie Mellon University and NASA

4:00--4:30

“The Social Ultimatum Game"

   

Yu-Han Chang, Tomer Levinboim,

Rajiv Maheswaran

University of Southern California

4:30—5:00

"Inverse Correlated Equilibrium for Matrix Games"

  

Kevin Waugh, Brian D. Ziebart,

J. Andrew Bagnell

Carnegie Mellon University

5:00—5:30

Coffee break + Poster preview

 

5:30—6:00

"Dynamic Model Averaging for Combining Inferences from Competing Statistical Models"

Adrian E. Raftery

University of Washington

6:00--6:30

Panel Discussion, Closing Remarks

 Organisers

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Last modification: 24.08.2011
NIPS 2011 Workshop