in Multiagent Systems
The workshop series has a focus is on various aspects of fair division and allocation problems in multiagent systems. The past few years have seen a significant growth in the field of allocating resources in domains where fairness is a concern. These include problems of allocating computational resources amongst several parties, or market mechanisms for allocating bundles of indivisible items. The allocation of public goods has also been receiving a lot of attention recently; this domain includes the allocation of a divisible budget to various projects given agents’ preferences (known as participatory budgeting in the literature), the allocation of time-slots in public spaces, or the allocation of public goods.