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Angelina Vidali
Angelina Vidali
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A lower bound for scheduling mechanisms
G Christodoulou, E Koutsoupias, A Vidali
Algorithmica 55 (4), 729-740, 2009
1092009
A lower bound of 1+ φ for truthful scheduling mechanisms
E Koutsoupias, A Vidali
International Symposium on Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science, 454-464, 2007
532007
A characterization of 2-player mechanisms for scheduling
G Christodoulou, E Koutsoupias, A Vidali
European Symposium on Algorithms, 297-307, 2008
332008
A lower bound of 1+ φ for truthful scheduling mechanisms
E Koutsoupias, A Vidali
Algorithmica 66 (1), 211-223, 2013
302013
Approaching utopia: strong truthfulness and externality-resistant mechanisms
A Fiat, A Karlin, E Koutsoupias, A Vidali
Proceedings of the 4th conference on Innovations in Theoretical Computer …, 2013
212013
The geometry of truthfulness
A Vidali
International Workshop on Internet and Network Economics, 340-350, 2009
122009
Mechanism design for scheduling with uncertain execution time
V Conitzer, A Vidali
Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence 28 (1), 2014
112014
A complete characterization of group-strategyproof mechanisms of cost-sharing
E Pountourakis, A Vidali
Algorithmica 63 (4), 831-860, 2012
82012
A complete characterization of group-strategyproof mechanisms of cost-sharing
E Pountourakis, A Vidali
European Symposium on Algorithms, 146-157, 2010
82010
Truthfulness on a budget: trading money for approximation through monitoring
P Serafino, C Ventre, A Vidali
Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 34 (1), 1-24, 2020
62020
A characterization of n-player strongly monotone scheduling mechanisms
A Kovács, A Vidali
Twenty-Fourth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2015
62015
Extending characterizations of truthful mechanisms from subdomains to domains
A Vidali
Internet and Network Economics, 2011
52011
Multi-parameter mechanism design under budget and matroid constraints
M Henzinger, A Vidali
European Symposium on Algorithms, 192-202, 2011
22011
Game-theoretic analysis of networks: Designing mechanisms for scheduling
A Vidali
2009
Game-theoretic analysis of networks.
A Vidali
University of Athens, 2009
2009
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