AIM Workshop on the Mathematics of Ranking
This webpage disseminates information for the AIM Workshop on the
Mathematics of Ranking. The workshop will take place August 16 to August
20, 2010 at the American Institute of
Mathematics in Palo Alto.
AIM also maintains a separate page for participants at:
AIM's public announcement can be found at:
On this page, you will find lists of:
All notes courtesy of Ngoc Mai Tran.
If you have any articles that you would like us to include in the
list below, please do send either of us (lekheng@uchicago.edu,
shivani@mit.edu) the PDF files or URLs. Caveat: One or two would be
great, but not more than five please. Highlighted authors
are expected to be at the workshop.

S. Agrawal, Z. Wang, Y. Ye, "Parimutuel betting on permutations," pp.
126–137 in: Internet and Network Economics (WINE '08),
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 5385, Springer, Berlin, 2008.

Z. Daugherty, A. Eustis, G. Minton, M. Orrison, "Voting, the symmetric group, and representation theory,"
Amer. Math. Monthly, 116 (2009), no. 8, pp. 667–687.

C. Eschenbach, F. Hall, R. Hemasinha, S. Kirkland,
Z. Li, B. Shader, J. Stuart, J. Weaver,
"Properties of tournaments among
wellmatched players,"
Amer. Math. Monthly, 107 (2000), no. 10,
pp. 881–892.

D. Saari, "Geometry of Voting,"
Chapter 27 in K. Arrow, A. Sen, K. Suzumura (Eds), Handbook of
Social Choice and Welfare, II, NorthHolland, Amsterdam, 2010.
Additional problems are still welcomed. Please write to either of us
(lekheng@uchicago.edu, shivani@mit.edu).

Shivani Agarwal, Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Kenneth Arrow, Economics, Stanford University

Peter Bartlett, Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley

Natth Bejraburnin, Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley

Sandeep Chandana, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Calgary

Yacov Crammer, Electrical Engineering, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology

Jeffrey Doker, Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley

David Gleich, Informatics and Decision Sciences, Sandia National Labs

Dorit Hochbaum, Industrial and Systems Engineering, University of Southern California

Susan Holmes, Statistics, Stanford University

Srikanth Jagabathula, Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Xiaoye Jiang, Computational and Mathematical Engineering, Stanford University

Risi Kondor, Center for the Mathematics of Information, California Institute of Technology

Ravi Kumar, Search Technologies, Yahoo! Research

Amy Langville, Mathematics, College of Charleston

Michael Levitt, Structural Biology, Stanford University

LekHeng Lim, Statistics, University of Chicago

Han Liu, Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University

Lester Mackey, Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley

Mehryar Mohri, Computer Science, New York University

Jason Morton, Mathematics and Statistics, Pennsylvania State University

Michael Orrison Jr, Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College

Deepti Pachauri, Computer Science, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Cynthia Rudin, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Donald Saari, Mathematics, University of California, Irvine

Thomas Saaty, Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh

Purnamrita Sarkar, Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University

Bryan Shader, Mathematics, University of Wyoming

Devavrat Shah, Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Anne Shiu, Mathematics, Duke University

Yoram Singer, Google Research

Kevin Small, Computer Science, Tufts University

Vikram Tankasali, Indian Institute of Science

Ngoc Mai Tran, Statistics, University of California, Berkeley

Nicolas Vayatis, Mathematics, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan

Yuan Yao, Statistics, Peking University

Yinyu Ye, Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University

Tong Zhang, Statistics, Rutgers University