Carmel Domshlak
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My primary research interest is in Artificial Intelligence (AI) computational and modeling problems, with an emphasis on interesting structure/complexity connections that can be found in different tasks of automated reasoning such as domain-independent planning, multi-agent system design, and user-centric information systems (via preferential reasoning). The recent focus of my work has been on heuristic functions for domain-indepent forward-search planning, and on parametric complexity of various fragments of planning tasks. I am also getting more and more interested in foundations of planning for multi-agent systems. Tangentially, I am also interested in problems that lie on the boundary between computer science and social choice, e.g., various settins of rank aggregation, voting, recommendation, etc. (Warning: my "research focus" appears to be quite a moving target as there are simply too many interesting questions on AI's research agenda ...)


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as author at  20th International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS), Toronto 2010,