Curriculum vitae

Pigozzi Gabriella

Maître de conférences
LAMSADE

gabriella.pigozziping@lamsade.dauphinepong.fr
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Biographie

Gabriella Pigozzi est Maître de Conférences en Informatique à l'Université Paris-Dauphine, et membre  de LAMSADE. Après des études de philosophie elle a fait des postdoc en informatique. Sa recherche porte sur les systèmes multi-agents et l'intelligence artificielle. Elle s'intèresse en particulier à la prise de decision individuelle et de groupe, en dévelopant des approches formelles pour leur representation. Ses contributions sont notamment sur l'agrégation de jugments, la théorie du choix social, la théorie de l'argumentation et les systèmes normatives multi-agents. Elle est la responsable pédagogique de la L3 MIAGE Informatique par Apprentissage.

Dernières publications

Articles

Paget N., Bonté B., Barreteau O., Pigozzi G., Maurel P. (2019), An in-silico analysis of information sharing systems for adaptable resources management: A case study of oyster farmers, Socio-Environmental Systems Modelling, vol. 1

Butler G., Pigozzi G., Rouchier J. (2019), Mixing Dyadic and Deliberative Opinion Dynamics in an Agent-Based Model of Group Decision-Making, Complexity, vol. 2019

Pigozzi G., van der Torre L. (2018), Arguing about constitutive and regulative norms, Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics, vol. 28, n°2-3, p. 189-217

Frantz C., Pigozzi G. (2018), Modelling norm dynamics in multi-agent systems, The IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their Applications, vol. 5, n°2, p. 491-564

Lang J., Pigozzi G., Slavkovik M., van der Torre L., Vesic S. (2017), A partial taxonomy of judgment aggregation rules, and their properties, Social Choice and Welfare, vol. 48, n°2, p. 327-356

Pigozzi G., van der Torre L. (2017), Multiagent deontic logic and its challenges from a normative systems perspective, The IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their Applications, vol. 4, n°9, p. 2929-2993

Awad E., Caminada M., Pigozzi G., Podlaszewski M., Rahwan I. (2017), Pareto optimality and strategy-proofness in group argument evaluation, Journal of logic and computation, vol. 27, n°8, p. 2581–2609

Boella G., Pigozzi G., van der Torre L. (2016), AGM Contraction and Revision of Rules, Journal of Logic, Language and Information, vol. 25, n°3-4, p. 273-297

Pigozzi G., Tsoukias A., Viappiani P. (2016), Preferences in Artificial Intelligence, Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, vol. 77, n°3, p. 361-401

Pigozzi G. (2015), The Logic of Group Decisions: Judgment Aggregation, Journal of Philosophical Logic, vol. 44, n°6, p. 755-769

Pigozzi G. (2015), Belief merging and judgment aggregation, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, vol. Fall 2015 Edition

Boella G., Verhagen H., Noriega P., Pigozzi G. (2013), Introduction to the special issue on NorMAS 2009, Journal of logic and computation, vol. 23, n°2, p. 307-308

Caminada M., Pigozzi G. (2011), On judgment aggregation in abstract argumentation, Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, vol. 22, n°1, p. 64-102

Hartmann S., Pigozzi G., Sprenger J. (2010), Reliable Methods of Judgement Aggregation, Journal of logic and computation, vol. 20, n°2, p. 603-617

Pigozzi G., Boella G., da Costa Pereira C., Tettamanzi A., van der Torre L. (2010), The role of goals in belief selection, Logic Journal of the IGPL, vol. 18, n°4, p. 559-578

Pigozzi G. (2006), Belief merging and the discursive dilemma: an argument-based account to paradoxes of judgment aggregation, Synthese, vol. 152, n°2, p. 285-298

Ouvrages

Pigozzi G., Grossi D. (2014), Judgment Aggregation: A Primer Morgan & Claypool Publishers, 151 p.

Chapitres d'ouvrage

Pigozzi G., Van der Torre L. (2018), Multiagent deontic logic and its challenges from a normative systems perspective, in A. Chopra; L. van der Torre; H. Verhagen; S. Villata, Handbook of Normative Multiagent Systems College Publications, p. 251-304

Frantz C., Pigozzi G. (2018), Modelling norm dynamics in multi-agent systems, in A. Chopra, L. van der Torre, H. Verhagen, S. Villata, Handbook of Normative Multiagent Systems College Publications, p. 73-141

Pigozzi G. (2010), Aggregation Problems and Models: What Comes First?, in Stadler, Friedrich, The Present Situation in the Philosophy of Science, Berlin: Springer, p. 141-152

Communications avec actes

Butler G., Pigozzi G., Rouchier J. (2019), An opinion diffusion model with deliberation, in J. Simão Sichman, M. Paolucci, H. Verhagen, Proceedings of the 20th International Workshop on Multi-Agent-Based Simulation (MABS 2019), Berlin Heidelberg, Universidade Sao Paulo

Grandi U., Pigozzi G. (2012), On Compatible Multi-issue Group Decisions, in , LOFT 2012: 10th Conference on Logic and the Foundations of Game and Decision Theory: June 18-20, 2012, University of Sevilla, Spain, Séville, University of Sevilla, 16 p.

Pigozzi G., Grossi D. (2012), Introduction to Judgment Aggregation, in Goranko, Valentin, Lectures on Logic and Computation ESSLLI 2010, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 2010, ESSLLI 2011, Ljubljana, Slovenia, August 2011, Selected Lecture Notes, Ljubljana, Springer, 265 p.

van der Torre L., Boella G., Pigozzi G., Slavkovik M. (2011), A Satisficing Agreements Model, in , WI-IAT 2011, Lyon, IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 5-8 p.

Pigozzi G., Caminada M., Podlaszewski M. (2011), Manipulation in group argument evaluation, in Yolum, Pınar, Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2011),, Taipei, IFAAMAS, 1294 p.

Lang J., Pigozzi G., Slavkovik M., van der Torre L. (2011), Judgment aggregation rules based on minimization, in Association for Computing Machinery, TARK XIII, Groningen, ACM, 238-246 p.

Caminada M., Podlaszewski M., Pigozzi G. (2011), Manipulation in Group Argument Evaluation, in Walsh, Toby, Proceedings of the Twenty-Second International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI11), Menlo Park, AAAI Press / IJCAI

Boella G., Slavkovik M., Pigozzi G., van der Torre L. (2011), Group Intention Is Social Choice with Commitment, in Vouros, Geroge, Coordination, Organizations, Institutions, and Norms in Agent Systems VI COIN 2010 International Workshops, COIN@AAMAS 2010, Toronto, Canada, May 2010, COIN@MALLOW 2010, Lyon, France, August 2010, Revised Selected Papers, Toronto, Springer, 377 p.

Communications sans actes

Pigozzi G., Caminada M., Podlaszewski M. (2011), An Implementation of Basic Argumentation Components, AAMAS 2011, Taipei, TaÏwan, province de chine

Lang J., Pigozzi G., Slavkovik M., van der Torre L. (2011), Agrégation de jugements fondée sur la minimisation, MFI 2011, Rouen, France

Editoriaux, directions de revue

Pigozzi G., van der Torre L. (2017), Special issue of The IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their Applications, The IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their Applications, vol. 4, n° 9, p. 2927-2928

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