The deadline for submitting papers has passed.
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Submissions of papers describing original, under review, or recently published work on all aspects of computational social choice are invited. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to computational issues that arise in the analysis of
- Voting and collective decision-making
- axiomatic properties
- manipulation, control and bribery
- voting equilibria and dynamics
- Liquid democracy
- Preference representation and elicitation
- Opinion diffusion and aggregation on social networks
- Judgement aggregation
- Fair division, allocation, and matching
- Coalition formation
- Recommendation systems
We welcome theoretical, empirical and experimental work on these topics, including, in particular, research on algorithms (exact, approximate, parameterized, online and distributed), learning, logic, and simulations in the context of social choice.
As in previous years, we welcome submissions of papers that have been recently accepted or that are currently under review.
Papers will have to be submitted electronically via Easychair. All submitted papers will be reviewed by the program committee. Accepted papers will be collected in informal workshop notes; however, the workshop has no formal proceedings and the authors retain their copyright. Each accepted paper will have to be presented by one of the authors, with the constraint that each workshop participant gives at most one talk (exceptions can be made due to unforeseen circumstances).
o Paper registration deadline (non-mandatory but please register): March 1, 2021
o Paper submission deadline:
March 1, 2021 March 4, 2021 (anywhere on Earth)
o Notification of authors: mid April, 2021
o Workshop dates: June 7-10, 2021