Selected Publications

  • F. Ishowo-Oloko, J. Bonnefon, Z. Soroye, J. Crandall, I. Rahwan, T. Rahwan (2019). "Behavioural Evidence for a Transparency-Efficiency Tradeoff in Human-Machine Cooperation". Nature Machine Intelligence. The paper made the cover of the November issue.

All Publications (sorted by year)

  • F. Ishowo-Oloko, J. Bonnefon, Z. Soroye, J. Crandall, I. Rahwan, T. Rahwan (2019). "Behavioural Evidence for a Transparency-Efficiency Tradeoff in Human-Machine Cooperation" Nature Machine Intelligence. Publisher: Nature Publishing Group (NPG). Accepted, to appear.

  • B. AlShebli, O.Skibski, M. Wooldridge, T. Michalak, T. Rahwan (2019). "A Measure of Added Value in Groups". ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems. 13(4), 18. Publisher: ACM (Association for Computing Machinery).

  • T. Was, T. Rahwan, O. Skibski (2019). "Random Walk Decay Centrality". In Proceedings of the 33rd AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. Acceptance rate 16%.

  • L. Kotthoff, T. Michalak, T. Rahwan, H. Hoos, K. Leyton-Brown (2018). “Quantifying Algorithmic Improvements over Time”. In Proceedings of the 27th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence IJCAI (Special Track on the Evolution of the Contours of AI), in Stockholm, Sweden. Acceptance rate 23%.

  • T. Michalak, T. Rahwan, M. Wooldridge (2017). “Strategic Social Network Analysis”. In Proceedings of the 31st AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, in San Francisco, USA. Senior Member track. According to the conference’s website:

  • The Senior Member track is “open to researchers who have acquired an international recognition, and have established a significant publication record of [Artificial Intelligence]-related research”, to present a “well-developed body of research, an important new research area, or a promising new topic". 

  • M. Waniek, T. Michalak, T. Rahwan, M. Wooldridge (2017). “On the Construction of Covert Networks”. In Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS) in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Acceptance rate 26%.

  • M. Waniek, A. Niescieruk, T. Michalak, T. Rahwan (2015). “Spiteful Bidding in the Dollar Auction”. In Proceedings of the 24th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Acceptance rate 29%.

  • T. Rahwan, T-D Nguyen, T. Michalak, M. Polukarov, M. Croitoru, N. R. Jennings (2013). “Coalitional Games via Network Flows”. In Proceedings of the 23rd International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) in Beijing, China. Acceptance rate 28%.

  • S. Brânzei, T. Michalak, T. Rahwan, K. Larson, N. R. Jennings (2013). “Matchings with Externalities and Attitudes”. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS) in Minnesota, USA. Acceptance rate 23%.

  • S. Ramchurn, M. Osborne, O. Parson, S. Maleki, T. Rahwan, TD. Huynh, S. Reece, M. Alam, J. Fischer, G. Hines, E. Costanza, L. Moreau, T. Rodden (2013). “AgentSwitch: Smart Energy Tariff Selection using Agent Technology”. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS) in Minnesota, USA. Acceptance rate 23%.

  • Edith Elkind, T. Rahwan, and N. R. Jennings (2012). “Computational Coalition Formation”. Chapter 8 in Multagent Systems (2nd Edition). Pages 329—380. Publisher: MIT press.

  • T. Rahwan, T. Michalak, E. Elkind, P. Faliszewski, J. Sroka, M. Wooldridge, N. R. Jennings (2011). “Constrained Coalition Formation”. In Proceedings of the 25th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, in San Francisco, USA. Acceptance rate 25%.

  • T. Michalak, T. Rahwan, J. Sroka, A. Dowell, M. Wooldridge, P. PcBurney, N. R. Jennings (2009). “On Representing Coalitional Games with Externalities”. In Proceedings of the 10th ACM conference on Electronic Commerce (ACM-EC) in Stanford, USA. Pages 11--20. Acceptance rate 25%.

  • T. Rahwan (2007). “Algorithms for Coalition Formation in Multi-Agent Systems”. PhD Thesis. Published by the British Informatics Society, ISBN: 978-1906124144. Winner of the British Computer Society’s Distinguished Dissertation award, which annually recognizes the most outstanding PhD thesis in the UK in Computer Science.

  • T. Rahwan, S. D. Ramchurn, A. Giovannucci, V. D. Dang, N. R. Jennings (2007). “Anytime Optimal Coalition Structure Generation”. In Proceedings of the 22nd AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, in Vancouver, Canada. Pages 1184--1190. Acceptance rate 27%.

  • T. Rahwan, S. D. Ramchurn, V. D. Dang, N. R. Jennings (2007) “Near-Optimal Anytime Coalition Structure Generation”. In Proceedings of the 20th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) in Hyderabad, India. Pages 2365--2371. Acceptance rate 16%.