ManyVal is a series of international workshops on the logical and algebraic aspects of many-valued reasoning. The aim of the workshops is to gather both established and young researchers sharing an interest for a specific topic. Accordingly, each edition has a sharp focus. The attendance is limited in order to facilitate close and informal interaction. There are no parallel sessions. Contributed talks are allocated ample time.
The workshop aims to exploit the knowledge and experience of multi-disciplinary scientific community and to extract a set of fundamental concepts describing a phenomenon of dynamic decision making with interacting imperfect selfish participants. Devices (e.g. robots), computer algorithms (e.g. controllers), humans (e.g. experts) and their combination will be considered. This challenging aim requires a deep understanding the main discrepancies between normative and descriptive theories as well as the imperfection phenomenon.
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Attendance of the workshop requires registration to ECML PKDD 2013. More information can be found at the conference site. Please visit the ECML/PKDD 2013 Registration page for more information.
Programme Committee (confirmed, in alphabet order):
Henry Brighton, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany
Itzhak Gilboa, HEC, Paris, France
Robert J.Howlett, KES International, UK
Miroslav Kárný, Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Prague
Confirmed Invited Talks (in alphabetical order)
Craig Boutilier, University of Toronto, Canada
PREFERENCE ELICITATION FOR SOCIAL CHOICE: A STUDY IN STABLE MATCHING AND VOTING (joint work with Joanna Drummond and Tyler Lu)
Submissions serving to the decision on acceptance should be within the range 8 - 12 pages formatted using LNCS style . Submissions in pdf format only should be made via Online Submission System. The deadline for submissions is July 7, 2013.
In case of any question about submission, please contact us via e-mail imperfectDM@utia.cas.cz.
The workshop will include talks with extensive discussions and poster sessions. We invite participants to submit draft papers describing the technical content of proposed contribution. We especially encourage submissions that directly address any of the topics, but related papers are also welcomed. The selected submission may be accepted either as an oral presentation or as a poster presentation.