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COREDEMA 2017 : 3rd International Workshop on Conflict Resolution in Decision Making

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Link: http://ii.tudelft.nl/coredema2017/
 
When Aug 19, 2017 - Aug 19, 2017
Where Melbourne, Austrailia
Submission Deadline May 8, 2017
Notification Due Jun 8, 2017
Final Version Due Jun 17, 2017
Categories    artificial intelligence   agreement technologies   data mining
 

Call For Papers

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Call for Papers

COREDEMA - 3rd International Workshop on Conflict Resolution in Decision Making
In conjunction with the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-2017).

19-21 August 2017
Melbourne, Australia
http://ii.tudelft.nl/coredema2017/

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SPECIAL ISSUE

We intend to organize a special issue in an international journal depending on the number of the high quality submissions. This year, we invited all accepted papers in COREDEMA 2016 to submit their extension to a special issue in Group Decision and Negotiation . You can find the information regarding this special issue in the following link:
http://static.springer.com/sgw/documents/1597801/application/pdf/AIT+for+CR.PDF

We are contacting Springer for the post-proceedings of the COREDEMA 2017. The previous years, the post-proceedings have been published in Lecture Notes series by Springer.
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IMPORTANT DATES

Paper submission deadline: 8 May, 2017
Notification date: 8 June, 2017
Final version submission deadline: 15 June, 2017
Workshop date: 19-21 August, 2017

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ORGANIZING COMMITTEE MEMBERS

- Reyhan Aydogan (Ozyegin University, Turkey & TU Delft, The Netherlands)
- Tim Baarslag (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
- Enrico Gerding (University of Southampton, United Kingdom)
- Takayuki Ito (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan)
- Catholijn M. Jonker (TU Delft, The Netherlands)
- Vicente Julián (Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain)
- Victor Sanchez-Anguix (Coventry University, United Kingdom)

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Today’s world is social and complex in nature. Societies have evolved and many problems faced by individuals can no longer be solved in solitude. We require cooperation with others to pursue our own goals, in many complex scenarios like politics and businesses, as well as in our day to day life. As we all hold different goals and interests, conflict emerges as a natural part of our lives. Successful cooperations require solving conflicts among interested parties. The importance of conflict resolution has driven research in many fields like anthropology, psychology, mathematics, biology, and lately, in artificial intelligence.

Despite their diametrically different approaches, the goal of these disciplines has always revolved around either solving conflict or helping us to understand conflicts and ways to resolve them in a more thorough way. This can be explained not only from our need to cooperate across the globe, but also from the global importance of avoiding escalation and, therefore, from striving for a better society.

The focus of this workshop is on theoretical and practical computational approaches for solving and understanding conflict resolution. These computational approaches may be inspired by a wide variety of disciplines such as the anthropology, psychology, economy, biology, statistics, mathematics, and computer science itself. Indeed, one of the goals of this workshop is to allow researchers from different disciplines to discuss their perspectives on conflict resolution. We particularly emphasize the role of computational models and applications of conflict resolution in relation to decision making and action selection.

Submissions should propose, use or analyze computational models of conflict resolution in relation to action selection or decision making for detecting and / or resolving conflicts between

software entities (inter-agent or intra-agent),
software entities and humans,
humans facilitated by computational models and tools,


We welcome papers on applications and theoretical approaches that can be based on the following or other topics:

- Negotiation: automated negotiation and / or negotiation support
- Decision Support Systems
- Argumentation
- Social science approach to conflict resolutions
- Biology and animal approach to conflict resolution
- Computational models for conflict resolution
- Emotion, Trust, Reputation and its effect on conflict resolution
- Data science and conflict resolution
- Social Simulation
- Social Choice
- Preference Modeling and Aggregation
- Agent/Robot Action Selection
- Computer Supported Cooperative Work
- Game Theory & Experimental Economics

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