Prof. Dr. Tobias Friedrich


Two papers accepted at WINE and MFCS

The students of our master project on Exploring Game-Theoretic Schelling Segregation will publish their results on the 15th Conference on Web and Internet Economics (WINE), which is one of the top scientific venues on Algorithmic Game Theory. In the project the students analyzed a game-theoretic version of the famous residential segregation model by Thomas Schelling.

Karen Seidel of the Algorithm Engineering group, together with colleages from the National University of Singapore, the University of Auckland, and the Massey University, contributes one paper to the 44th International Symposium on Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (MFCS). MFCS is one of the main conferences on theoretical computer science in Europe, it aims at bringing together researchers from all branches of TCS. The work is about the learnability of Random Subgroups of Rationals.

  • Convergence and Hardness ... - Download
    Echzell, Hagen; Friedrich, Tobias; Lenzner, Pascal; Molitor, Louise; Pappik, Marcus; Schöne, Friedrich; Sommer, Fabian; Stangl, DavidConvergence and Hardness of Strategic Schelling Segregation. Web and Internet Economics (WINE) 2019: 156-170
  • Random Subgroups of Ratio... - Download
    Gao, Ziyuan; Jain, Sanjay; Khoussainov, Bakhadyr; Li, Wei; Melnikov, Alexander; Seidel, Karen; Stephan, FrankRandom Subgroups of Rationals. Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (MFCS) 2019: 25:1-25:14