Formal models of theoretical computer science for describing and evaluating the interactions of actors in online participation processes and their outcomes
- What criteria can be set for the quality of different online participation processes and their outcomes?
- How do classical argumentation models have to be extended to reflect the dynamics of real argumentation in online contexts?
- How can dynamic scenarios or scenarios with uncertainty be modeled?
- What algorithmic configurations do such online participation models have?
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Dorothea Baumeister
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Dorothea Baumeister is a junior professor for computational social choice at Heinrich-Heine-University in Düsseldorf. Since 2017 she leads the DFG-project “Distances in Voting”.
In her research she concentrates on the axiomatic and computa tionalan alysis of problems from the field of preference aggregation, votingsystems, and fair division. At the DIID her focus lies on the mathematical formalization of processes in online participation and theinfluence of distances in online voting.
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