PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROF. Moshe Tennenholtz
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No of theses 21
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
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Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Goren Gregory 2020 PhD Abstracts Strategic Information Retrieval – The Mediator and Agent Perspectives
Ben-Porat Omer 2020 PhD Abstracts Strategic Behavior in Prediction and Recommendation
Dean Oren 2020 PhD Abstracts Selection Mechanisms in Networks
Bahar Gal 2020 PhD Abstracts Designing for Efficient Social Learning
Ashlagi Itai 2008 PhD Abstracts Pre-Bayesian Games
Altman Alon 2007 PhD Abstracts The Axiomatic Approach to Ranking Systems
Polukarov Mariya 2007 PhD Abstracts Congestion Games with Resource Failures
Kfir Dahav Noa 2004 PhD Abstracts Mechanism Design for Resource-Bounded Agents
Klinger Andrey 2008 MSc Abstracts Stability against Group Deviations in Non-Cooperative Computation
Fox Roy 2008 MSc Abstracts Reinforcement Learning in Partially Observable Decision Processes
Rozenfeld Olga 2007 MSc Abstracts Strong Equilibrium in Congestion Games
Rosenberg Itay 2019 MSc Abstracts Learning Dynamics in Information Retrieval Games
Raifer Nimrod 2018 MSc Abstracts Information Retrieval Meets Game Theory: The Ranking Competition Between Documents Authors
Bercovici-Boden Avivit 2008 MSc Abstracts Learning in Ensemble of Decision Problems
Kuminov Danny 2008 MSc Abstracts Robust Decision Making in Multi-Agent Systems
Bahar Gal 2007 MSc Abstracts Information Elicitation in Multi-Party Computation using Simultaneous Sequential Mechanisms
Ashlagi Itai 2005 MSc Abstracts On the Value of Correlation
Kestelman Ran 2001 MSc Optimal Organizational Structures for Problem Solving: Help Desks
Aharony-Ben Izchak Ori 1997 MSc Applying a Social Model to the Motion Problem in a Multi Agent Environment
Licht Arnon 1996 MSc The Selection and Verification of Multi-Agent Plans
Kfir Dahav Noa 1996 MSc Multi-Agent Belief Revision