Yagil Engel

Yagil Engel

I am a member of the Advanced Technology Lab, Israel, Interaction mining and monetization group. My main research interests are Artificial Intelligence and Game Theory, and (more specifically) mechanisms for Electronic Commerce.

Selected Publications

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Posted Prices Exchange for Display Advertising Contracts  (with  Moshe Tennenholtz, AAAI 2013)

Predictive monitoring of heterogeneous service-oriented business networks: The transport and logistics case, by Andreas Metzger, Rod Franklin, and YE (SRII 2012, track best paper award)

Planning for operational control systems with predictable exogenous events  (with Ronen Brafman, Carmel Domshlak, and Zohar Feldman, AAAI 2011)

Towards Proactive Event-Driven Computing (with Opher Etzion, DEBS 2011)

Average-Case Analysis of VCG with Approximate Resource Allocation Algorithms, by Yevgenyi Vorobeychick and YE (Decision Support Systems 51:3, 2011)

Transferable Utility Planning Games  (with Ronen Brafman, Carmel Domshlak, and Moshe Tennenholtz, AAAI 2010)

Decomposed Utility Functions and Graphical Models for Reasoning about Preferences  (with Ronen Brafman, AAAI 2010)

Multiattribute Auctions Based on Generalized Additive Independence (with Michael P. Wellman, Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR) 37:479-525, 2010)

Planning Games  (with Ronen Brafman, Carmel Domshlak, and Moshe Tennenholtz, IJCAI 2009)

CUI networks - a graphical representation for conditional utility independence (with Michael P. Wellman, Journal Of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR), 31:83-102, 2008)

Bid Expressiveness and Clearing Algorithms in Multiattribute Double Auctions (with Michael P. Wellman and Kevin M. Lochner, ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce, 2006)