2013
92Graphical Representations of Consensus Belief. David M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman. CoRR (abs/1301.6732) (2013). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
91Logarithmic Time Parallel Bayesian Inference. David M. Pennock. CoRR (abs/1301.7406) (2013). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
90Representing Aggregate Belief through the Competitive Equilibrium of a Securities Market. David M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman. CoRR (abs/1302.1564) (2013). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
89Compact Securities Markets for Pareto Optimal Reallocation of Risk. David M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman. CoRR (abs/1301.3886) (2013). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
88Probabilistic Models for Unified Collaborative and Content-Based Recommendation in Sparse-Data Environments. Alexandrin Popescul, Lyle H. Ungar, David M. Pennock, Steve Lawrence. CoRR (abs/1301.2303) (2013). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
87Modelling Information Incorporation in Markets, with Application to Detecting and Explaining Events. David M. Pennock, Sandip Debnath, Eric J. Glover, C. Lee Giles. CoRR (abs/1301.0594) (2013). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
86Toward a Market Model for Bayesian Inference. David M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman. CoRR (abs/1302.3593) (2013). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
85Collaborative Filtering by Personality Diagnosis: A Hybrid Memory- and Model-Based Approach. David M. Pennock, Eric Horvitz, Steve Lawrence, C. Lee Giles. CoRR (abs/1301.3885) (2013). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2012
84TrustBets: betting over an IOU network. Sharad Goel, David M. Pennock, Mohammad Mahdian, Daniel M. Reeves. AAMAS 2012, 1319-1320. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
83Learning performance of prediction markets with Kelly bettors. Alina Beygelzimer, John Langford, David M. Pennock. AAMAS 2012, 1317-1318. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
82A tractable combinatorial market maker using constraint generation. Miroslav DudÝk, SÚbastien Lahaie, David M. Pennock. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2012, 459-476. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
811 Billion Pages = 1 Million Dollars? Mining the Web to Play "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?". Shyong K. Lam, David M. Pennock, Dan Cosley, Steve Lawrence. CoRR (abs/1212.2477) (2012). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
80A Utility Framework for Bounded-Loss Market Makers. Yiling Chen, David M. Pennock. CoRR (abs/1206.5252) (2012). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
79Price Updating in Combinatorial Prediction Markets with Bayesian Networks. David Pennock, Lirong Xia. CoRR (abs/1202.3756) (2012). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2011
78An Efficient Monte-Carlo Algorithm for Pricing Combinatorial Prediction Markets for Tournaments. Lirong Xia, David M. Pennock. IJCAI 2011, 452-457. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2010
77Prediction without markets. Sharad Goel, Daniel M. Reeves, Duncan J. Watts, David M. Pennock. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2010, 357-366. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
76A practical liquidity-sensitive automated market maker. Abraham Othman, Tuomas Sandholm, David M. Pennock, Daniel M. Reeves. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2010, 377-386. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
75Designing Markets for Prediction. Yiling Chen, David M. Pennock. AI Magazine (31): 42-52 (2010). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
74Gaming Prediction Markets: Equilibrium Strategies with a Market Maker. Yiling Chen, Stanko Dimitrov, Rahul Sami, Daniel M. Reeves, David M. Pennock, Robin D. Hanson, Lance Fortnow, Rica Gonen. Algorithmica (58): 930-969 (2010). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2009
73Combinatorial prediction markets for event hierarchies. Mingyu Guo, David M. Pennock. AAMAS (1) 2009, 201-208. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
72Collective revelation: a mechanism for self-verified, weighted, and truthful predictions. Sharad Goel, Daniel M. Reeves, David M. Pennock. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2009, 265-274. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
71Computational challenges in e-commerce. Joan Feigenbaum, David C. Parkes, David M. Pennock. Commun. ACM (52): 70-74 (2009). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
70Betting on the Real Line. Xi Alice Gao, Yiling Chen, David M. Pennock. WINE 2009, 553-560. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2008
69An Expressive Auction Design for Online Display Advertising. SÚbastien Lahaie, David C. Parkes, David M. Pennock. AAAI 2008, 108-113. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
68Self-financed wagering mechanisms for forecasting. Nicolas S. Lambert, John Langford, Jennifer Wortman, Yiling Chen, Daniel M. Reeves, Yoav Shoham, David M. Pennock. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2008, 170-179. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
67Eliciting properties of probability distributions. Nicolas S. Lambert, David M. Pennock, Yoav Shoham. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2008, 129-138. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
66Complexity of combinatorial market makers. Yiling Chen, Lance Fortnow, Nicolas S. Lambert, David M. Pennock, Jennifer Wortman. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2008, 190-199. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
65Complexity of Combinatorial Market Makers. Yiling Chen, Lance Fortnow, Nicolas S. Lambert, David M. Pennock, Jennifer Wortman. CoRR (abs/0802.1362) (2008). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
64Eliciting properties of probability distributions: the highlights. Nicolas S. Lambert, David M. Pennock, Yoav Shoham. SIGecom Exchanges (7) (2008). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
63Pricing combinatorial markets for tournaments. Yiling Chen, Sharad Goel, David M. Pennock. STOC 2008, 305-314. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2007
62Betting on permutations. Yiling Chen, Lance Fortnow, Evdokia Nikolova, David M. Pennock. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2007, 326-335. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
61Second workshop on prediction markets. Yiling Chen, John O. Ledyard, David M. Pennock, Eric Zitzewitz. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2007, 361-362. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
60Revenue analysis of a family of ranking rules for keyword auctions. SÚbastien Lahaie, David M. Pennock. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2007, 50-56. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
59Implementing Sponsored Search in Web Search Engines: Computational Evaluation of Alternative Mechanisms. Juan Feng, Hemant K. Bhargava, David M. Pennock. INFORMS Journal on Computing (19): 137-148 (2007). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
58Applying collaborative filtering techniques to movie search for better ranking and browsing. Seung-Taek Park, David M. Pennock. KDD 2007, 550-559. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
57Combinatorial betting. Yiling Chen, Lance Fortnow, Evdokia Nikolova, David M. Pennock. SIGecom Exchanges (7): 61-64 (2007). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
56A Utility Framework for Bounded-Loss Market Makers. Yiling Chen, David M. Pennock. UAI 2007, 49-56. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
55Bluffing and Strategic Reticence in Prediction Markets. Yiling Chen, Daniel M. Reeves, David M. Pennock, Robin D. Hanson, Lance Fortnow, Rica Gonen. WINE 2007, 70-81. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
54Mechanism Design on Trust Networks. Arpita Ghosh, Mohammad Mahdian, Daniel M. Reeves, David M. Pennock, Ryan Fugger. WINE 2007, 257-268. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2006
53An Empirical Comparison of Algorithms for Aggregating Expert Predictions. Varsha Dani, Omid Madani, David M. Pennock, Sumit K. Sanghai, Brian Galebach. UAI 2006. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2005
52Information markets vs. opinion pools: an empirical comparison. Yiling Chen, Chao-Hsien Chu, Tracy Mullen, David M. Pennock. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2005, 58-67. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
51Graphical Models for Groups: Belief Aggregation and Risk Sharing. David M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman. Decision Analysis (2): 148-164 (2005). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
50Betting Boolean-style: a framework for trading in securities based on logical formulas. Lance Fortnow, Joe Kilian, David M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman. Decision Support Systems (39): 87-104 (2005). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
49CROC: A New Evaluation Criterion for Recommender Systems. Andrew I. Schein, Alexandrin Popescul, Lyle H. Ungar, David M. Pennock. Electronic Commerce Research (5): 51-74 (2005). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
48The Tech Buzz Game. Bernard Mangold, Mike Dooley, Gary William Flake, Havi Hoffman, Tejaswi Kasturi, David M. Pennock, Rael Dornfest. IEEE Computer (38): 94-97 (2005). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
47Computation in a distributed information market. Joan Feigenbaum, Lance Fortnow, David M. Pennock, Rahul Sami. Theor. Comput. Sci. (343): 114-132 (2005). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2004
46A dynamic pari-mutuel market for hedging, wagering, and information aggregation. David M. Pennock. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2004, 170-179. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
45Analysis of lexical signatures for improving information persistence on the World Wide Web. Seung-Taek Park, David M. Pennock, C. Lee Giles, Robert Krovetz. ACM Trans. Inf. Syst. (22): 540-572 (2004). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
44Offering Collaborative-Like Recommendations When Data Is Sparse: The Case of Attraction-Weighted Information Filtering.. Arnaud De Bruyn, C. Lee Giles, David M. Pennock. AH 2004, 393-396. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
43The Eudaemonic Pie: A Review. David M. Pennock. AI Magazine (25): 125-128 (2004). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
42Prediction Markets: Does Money Matter?. Emile Servan-Schreiber, Justin Wolfers, David M. Pennock, Brian Galebach. Electronic Markets (14): 243-251 (2004). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
41Collaborative Filtering with Maximum Entropy. Dmitry Pavlov, Eren Manavoglu, David M. Pennock, C. Lee Giles. IEEE Intelligent Systems (19): 40-48 (2004). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
40Comparing static and dynamic measurements and models of the Internet's AS topology. Seung-Taek Park, David M. Pennock, C. Lee Giles. INFOCOM 2004. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
39Co-Validation: Using Model Disagreement on Unlabeled Data to Validate Classification Algorithms. Omid Madani, David M. Pennock, Gary William Flake. NIPS 2004. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
38Computational Evaluation of Alternative Paid Placement Mechanisms in Search Engines. Juan Feng, Hemant K. Bhargava, David M. Pennock. PACIS 2004, 144. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
37Conference report: the fifth ACM conference on electronic commerce. David M. Pennock. SIGecom Exchanges (5): 48-56 (2004). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2003
36Betting boolean-style: a framework for trading in securities based on logical formulas. Lance Fortnow, Joe Kilian, David M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2003, 144-155. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
35Information incorporation in online in-Game sports betting markets. Sandip Debnath, David M. Pennock, C. Lee Giles, Steve Lawrence. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2003, 258-259. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
34Computation in a distributed information market. Joan Feigenbaum, Lance Fortnow, David M. Pennock, Rahul Sami. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2003, 156-165. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
33Statistical Relational Learning for Document Mining. Alexandrin Popescul, Lyle H. Ungar, Steve Lawrence, David M. Pennock. ICDM 2003, 275-282. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
32Comparison of allocation rules for paid placement advertising in search engines. Juan Feng, Hemant K. Bhargava, David M. Pennock. ICEC 2003, 294-299. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
31Mixtures of Conditional Maximum Entropy Models. Dmitry Pavlov, Alexandrin Popescul, David M. Pennock, Lyle H. Ungar. ICML 2003, 584-591. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
30Neurons, Viscose Fluids, Freshwater Polyp Hydra-and Self-Organizing Information Systems. Steffen Staab, Francis Heylighen, Carlos Gershenson, Gary William Flake, David M. Pennock, Daniel C. Fain, David De Roure, Karl Aberer, Wei-Min Shen, Olivier Dousse, Patrick Thiran. IEEE Intelligent Systems (18): 72-86 (2003). Cited by 14Web SearchBibTeXDownload
29Static and Dynamic Analysis of the Internet's Susceptibility to Faults and Attacks. Seung-Taek Park, Alexy Khrabrov, David M. Pennock, Steve Lawrence, C. Lee Giles, Lyle H. Ungar. INFOCOM 2003. Cited by 42Web SearchBibTeXDownload
281 Billion Pages = 1 Million Dollars? Mining the Web to Play "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?". Shyong K. Lam, David M. Pennock, Dan Cosley, Steve Lawrence. UAI 2003, 337-345. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
27Mining the peanut gallery: opinion extraction and semantic classification of product reviews. Kushal Dave, Steve Lawrence, David M. Pennock. WWW 2003, 519-528. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2002
26Inferring hierarchical descriptions. Eric J. Glover, David M. Pennock, Steve Lawrence, Robert Krovetz. CIKM 2002, 507-514. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
25The structure of broad topics on the Web. Soumen Chakrabarti, Mukul Joshi, Kunal Punera, David M. Pennock. CoRR (cs.IR/0203024) (2002). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
24A Maximum Entropy Approach to Collaborative Filtering in Dynamic, Sparse, High-Dimensional Domains. Dmitry Pavlov, David M. Pennock. NIPS 2002, 1441-1448. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
23Winners don't take all: Characterizing the competition for links on the web. David M. Pennock, Gary William Flake, Steve Lawrence, Eric J. Glover, C. Lee Giles. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (99): 5207-5211 (2002). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
22Analysis of lexical signatures for finding lost or related documents. Seung-Taek Park, David M. Pennock, C. Lee Giles, Robert Krovetz. SIGIR 2002, 11-18. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
21Methods and metrics for cold-start recommendations. Andrew I. Schein, Alexandrin Popescul, Lyle H. Ungar, David M. Pennock. SIGIR 2002, 253-260. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
20Modelling Information Incorporation in Markets, with Application to Detecting and Explaining Events. David M. Pennock, Sandip Debnath, Eric J. Glover, C. Lee Giles. UAI 2002, 405-413. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
19REFEREE: An Open Framework for Practical Testing of Recommender Systems using ResearchIndex. Dan Cosley, Steve Lawrence, David M. Pennock. VLDB 2002, 35-46. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
18The structure of broad topics on the web. Soumen Chakrabarti, Mukul Joshi, Kunal Punera, David M. Pennock. WWW 2002, 251-262. Cited by 106Web SearchBibTeXDownload
17Using web structure for classifying and describing web pages. Eric J. Glover, Kostas Tsioutsiouliklis, Steve Lawrence, David M. Pennock, Gary William Flake. WWW 2002, 562-569. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2001
16Persistence of Web References in Scientific Research. Steve Lawrence, David M. Pennock, Gary William Flake, Robert Krovetz, Frans Coetzee, Eric J. Glover, Finn ┼rup Nielsen, Andries Kruger, C. Lee Giles. IEEE Computer (34): 26-31 (2001). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
15Extracting collective probabilistic forecasts from web games. David M. Pennock, Steve Lawrence, Finn ┼rup Nielsen, C. Lee Giles. KDD 2001, 174-183. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
14Improving Category Specific Web Search by Learning Query Modifications. Eric J. Glover, Gary William Flake, Steve Lawrence, William P. Birmingham, Andries Kruger, C. Lee Giles, David M. Pennock. SAINT 2001, 23. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
13Conference report: the second ACM conference on electronic commerce. David M. Pennock. SIGecom Exchanges (2): 33-38 (2001). Web SearchBibTeXDownload
12Probabilistic Models for Unified Collaborative and Content-Based Recommendation in Sparse-Data Environments. Alexandrin Popescul, Lyle H. Ungar, David M. Pennock, Steve Lawrence. UAI 2001, 437-444. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2000
11Social Choice Theory and Recommender Systems: Analysis of the Axiomatic Foundations of Collaborative Filtering. David M. Pennock, Eric Horvitz, C. Lee Giles. AAAI/IAAI 2000, 729-734. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
10Persistence of information on the web: Analyzing citations contained in research articles. Steve Lawrence, Frans Coetzee, Gary William Flake, David M. Pennock, Robert Krovetz, Finn ┼rup Nielsen, Andries Kruger, C. Lee Giles. CIKM 2000, 235-242. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
9A Normative Examination of Ensemble Learning Algorithms. David M. Pennock, Pedrito Maynard-Reid II, C. Lee Giles, Eric Horvitz. ICML 2000, 735-742. Web SearchBibTeX
8Collaborative Filtering by Personality Diagnosis: A Hybrid Memory and Model-Based Approach. David M. Pennock, Eric Horvitz, Steve Lawrence, C. Lee Giles. UAI 2000, 473-480. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
7Compact Securities Markets for Pareto Optimal Reallocation of Risk. David M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman. UAI 2000, 481-488. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
1999
6Graphical Representations of Consensus Belief. David M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman. UAI 1999, 531-540. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
1998
5Logarithmic Time Parallel Bayesian Inference. David M. Pennock. UAI 1998, 431-438. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
1997
4Representing Aggregate Belief through the Competitive Equilibrium of a Securities Market. David M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman. UAI 1997, 392-400. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
1996
3Exploiting a Theory of Phase Transitions in Three-Satisfiability Problems. David M. Pennock, Quentin F. Stout. AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 1 1996, 253-258. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
2MarketBayes: A Distributed, Market-Based Bayesian Network. David M. Pennock. AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 2 1996, 1402. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
1Toward a Market Model for Bayesian Inference. David M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman. UAI 1996, 405-413. Web SearchBibTeXDownload
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