Scientific papers from FIT CTU successfully presented at the prestigious AAAI 2024 conference

Members of the Department of Theoretical Computer Science at FIT CTU presented their two scientific papers at the prestigious international conference AAAI 2024 (The Thirty-Eighth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence), which is considered one of the most important conferences in the field of artificial intelligence with the highest A* rating. The AAAI conference is known for its demanding peer review process. In a competition of more than 12,000 scientific papers, less than 20 % of the submitted papers were selected for the conference’s main part; two were from scientists at FIT CTU. This year’s conference welcomed participants in February in Vancouver, Canada.

The first paper, titled “Exact Algorithms and Lowerbounds for Multiagent Path Finding: Power of Treelike Topology”, authored by Foivos Fioravantes, Dušan Knop, Jan Matyáš Křišťan, Nikolaos Melissinos and Michal Opler, deals with the design of parameterized algorithms for multiagent pathfinding. The second paper, titled “The Complexity of Fair Division of Indivisible Items with Externalities”, with authors Argyrios Deligkas, Eduard Eiben, Viktoriia Korchemna and Šimon Schierreich, is then devoted to the problem of fair distribution of resources and the study of algorithms that quickly find a fair distribution.

The AAAI conference aims to promote research in the field of artificial intelligence. Hundreds of scientists and experts worldwide attend the conference each year. By having the opportunity to present their scientific paper, experts from FIT CTU could share their findings with scientists working in various areas of artificial intelligence.

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