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October 26-28, 2001

Combinatorial Bidding Conference

 
 

Papers

Ascending Auctions with Package Bidding

Lawrence M. Ausubel, University of Maryland and Paul Milgrom, Stanford University
6/7/2001

Balanced Budget Mechanism Design for Combinatorial Exchanges

David Parkes, Harvard University, with Jayant Kalagnanam and Marta Eso, IBM
10/23/2001

Balanced Budget Mechanism Design for Combinatorial Exchanges

David Parkes, Harvard University, with Jayant Kalagnanam and Marta Eso, IBM
10/23/2001

Response to Prof. Milgrom and Prof. Ausubel's Comments on the Second Wye River Package Bidding Conference

Kevin Leyton-Brown
1/25/2002

Comments on the Second Wye River Package Bidding Conference

Paul Milgrom and Larry Ausubel
12/14/2001

Theory, Experiment, and Federal Communication Commission Spectrum Auctions

Jeffrey Banks, Mark Olson, David Porter, Stephen Rassenti and Vernon Smith

CABOB: A Fast Optimal Algorithm for Combinatorial Auctions, International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), Seattle, WA (pages 1102-1108)

Sandholm, T., Suri, S., Gilpin, A., and Levine, D.

Side Constraints and Non-Price Attributes in Markets, International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), Workshop on Distributed Constraint Reasoning, Seattle, WA, August 4th (pages 55-61)

Sandholm, T. and Suri, S.

Winner Determination in Combinatorial Auction Generalizations, International Conference on Autonomous Agents, Workshop on Agent-based Approaches to B2B, Montreal, Canada, May 28th (pages 35-41)

Sandholm, T., Suri, S., Gilpin, A., and Levine, D.

Improved Algorithms for Optimal Winner Determination in Combinatorial Auctions and Generalizations, National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), Austin, TX, July 31-August 2 (pages 90-97)

Sandholm, T. and Suri, S.

Algorithm for Optimal Winner Determination in Combinatorial Auctions, First appeared as an invited talk at the First International Conference on Information and Computation Economies, Charleston, SC, Oct. 25-28, 1998. Extended version appeared as Washington Univ., Dept. of Computer Science, tech report WUCS-99-01, January 28th, 1999. Conference version appeared at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), pp. 542-547, Stockholm, Sweden, 1999.

Sandholm, T.
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