Seminar (2 SWS -- 3 ECTS)
ISIS - MOSES
In this seminar, we want to explore advanced topics in computational social choice. Computational Social Choice addresses problems at the interface of social choice theory with computer science. Social choice theory is the study of processes for collective decision making, such as voting rules or fair division.
Topics are allocated before or at the kick-off meeting. Each participant prepares a preparation sheet (4-6 pages with exercises), gives a talk (30-45 min), and reads/solves the preparation sheets of all fellow students.
Recommended background: Successful completion of the course Computational Social Choice or similar background.