Accepted papers

  1. Characterization Sets for the Nucleolus in Balanced Games
    Tamás Solymosi and Balázs Sziklai
  2. The Conditions for Commitments
    Scott Gerard
  3. The Prediction Value
    Maurice Koster, Sascha Kurz, Ines Lindner and Stefan Napel
  4. Core-stable Networks with Widespread Externalities
    Lázló Á. Kóczy
  5. Centrality, Stratification and Adverse Effects: Network Formation with Value Heterogeneity
    Andreas Bjerre-Nielsen
  6. Simple Causes of Complexity in Hedonic Games
    Dominik Peters and Edith Elkind
  7. How Good is the Shapley Value-based Approach to the Influence Maximization Problem?
    Szymon Matejczyk, Kamil Adamczewski and Michael Wooldridge
  8. Price of Pareto Optimality in Hedonic Games
    Edith Elkind, Angelo Fanelli and Michele Flammini
  9. Learning Cooperative Games
    Maria Balcan, Ariel Procaccia and Yair Zick
  10. k-Coalitional Cooperative Games
    Oskar Skibski and Makoto Yokoo
  11. Influence in Classification via Cooperative Game Theory
    Amit Datta, Anupam Datta, Ariel Procaccia, and Yair Zick