Evènement pour le groupe GT Graphes et Applications

Date 2011-06-10  14:00-15:00
TitreComputational Social Choice: Kemeny Scores and Parameterized Complexity 
RésuméThe multidisciplinary Consensus Problem: how independent agents reach a joint, collective decision, has applications in political resolution, but also important applications in Health (agreement on services), Image Processing (pixel value), Networks (agreement among processors), Auctions (agreement on bids), Search Engines (agreement on pages), among many others. The objects of study: opinions, rankings, observations, votes, gene sequences, sensor-networks in security systems or climate models, together with the presence of massive datasets, partial or uncertain information, distributed or interoperating decision makers, possibly over various time-frames, with the ability to share information at unprecedented speeds, make the Consensus Problem extremely complex.  
LieuAmphi du LaBRI 
OrateurFrances Rosamond 

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