Daniel Lehmann's Home Page
School of Computer Science and Engineering
Office: Ross 206
email: "lehmann" followed by the at sign followed by
phone: +972-2-658-5258 (Ross)
Here are courses I taught Foundations of Nonmonotonic
Logics and a seminar on Topics on the border of
CS, Game Theory and Economics , Introduction
to Artificial Intelligence.
I am, with Dan and Ron
Gang, a founder of MusicGenome, Inc.(http://www.musicgenome.com), a company
that developed a proprietary technology for learning a userís taste, in music
and other entertainment fields. MusicGenomeís SmartDJ† uses this technology to provide a
radio that tunes up to the taste and the mood of the user. For a link to Danís
work see תרגולון
Preprints and Recent Publications:
Here are some of my papers:
Concrete Foundations for Categorical Quantum Physics", Leibniz
structures: the logical geometry of Quantum Physics", International
Journal of Theoretical Physics, 48(1), Feb. 2009, pp. 261-281. doi: 10.1007/s10773-008-9801-3
Preliminary version in Leibniz TR-2008-8.
Superpositions and the Geometry of Complex
Hilbert Spaces", International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 47(5),
May 2008, pp. 1333-1353. doi:
Preliminary version in Leibniz TR-2007-9.
in Cumulative Logics", in Pillars of Computer Science, Essays
dedicated to Boris (Boaz) Trakhtenbrot on the
occasion of his 85th birthday (Avron
and al. eds) pp. 424-440. LNCS 4800, Springer-Verlag, 2008. (http://www.springerlink.com/content/f6n364320ur72g20/fulltext.pdf])
presentation of Quantum Logic based on an "and then"
connective", Journal of Logic and Computation, 18 (1), Feb. 2008, pp.
59-76. doi:10.1093/logcom/exm054 [http://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/0701113]
Short version in Leibniz TR 2007-1.
of Measurements: The Logical Structure of Quantum Mechanics", with
Kurt Engesser and Dov M. Gabbay, International Journal of Theoretical
Physics, 45(4), April 2006, pp. 698-723. [postscript]
optimal multi attribute auctions", with Amir Ronen, 6th
ACM conference on Electronic Commerce, pp. 279-285, 2005
Model for Representing the Dynamics of a System of Synfire Chains",
with Gaby Hayon and Moshe Abeles, Journal of Computational Neuroscience
18(1), January-February 2005, pp. 41-53. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10827-005-5479-1]
Compositionality by Dynamic Binding of Synfire Chains", with Moshe
Abeles and Gaby Hayon, Journal of Computational Neuroscience 17(2), September-October
2004, pp. 179-201. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/B:JCNS.0000037682.18051.5f]
and Structure of Substitutes Valuations", Leibniz Center for Research
in Computer Science TR-2004-3, March 2004 [postscript]
Competition and Competitive Equilibria in Economies of Indivisible
Objects", Leibniz Center for Research in Computer Science TR-2003-33,
June 2003 [postscript]
Auctions with decreasing marginal utilities" with Benny Lehmann and
Noam Nisan, Games and Economic Behavior, 55(2), May 2006, pp. 270-296. A
preliminary version appeared in ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce
EC'01, Tampa, Florida, October 2001, [Conference
paper] or [Journal
Programming helps solving Large Multi-unit Combinatorial Auctions"
with Rica Gonen, Electronic Market Design Workshop July 11-13, 2001, Masstricht, the Netherlands.
Available as Leibniz
Center for Research
in Computer Science TR-2001-8
of service under competition and technological change: a model for the
dynamics of the Internet?", ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce
EC'01, Tampa, Florida, October 2001, TR-2000-42 Leibniz Center for
Research in Computer Science, October 2000 color
version or black-and-white
Solutions for Multi-Unit Combinatorial Auctions: Branch and Bound
Heuristics" with Rica Gonen, ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce
EC'00 pp. 13-20, Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 2000 [postscript].
and Aggregating Conflicting Beliefs" with Pedrito Maynard-Zhang,
version (to appear in JAIR). A shorter version appears
in Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Principles
of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR 2000), April 2000, pp.
Revelation in Approximately Efficient Combinatorial Auctions" with Liadan O'Callaghan
and Yoav Shoham
version (EC-99) , Stanford
Technical Note (July 1999) , JACM
49(5) Sept. 2002 pp. 577-602
Logics and Semantics", a choice function semantics for nonmonotonic
logic and why the natural connectives in nonmonotonic logic are classical:
Journal of Logic and Computation, 11(2) (June 2001) pp. 229-256 [postscript].
logical meaning of Expansion", a sequel to the above: unpublished(January
History Semantics for Iterated Updates", with Shai Berger and Karl Schlechta : Journal
of Logic and Computation, 9(6) (December 1999) pp. 817-833 [postscript].
Semantics for Belief Revision", with Menachem Magidor and Karl Schlechta : Journal
of Symbolic Logic, 66(1) (March 20001) pp. 295-317 [postscript].
Qualitative Utility Maximization", relaxing von-Neumann-Morgenstern's
Independence and Continuity postulates to encompass MaxiMin: Games
and Economic Behavior, 35 (1-2) (April 2001) pp. 54-79 [postscript].
A Connectionist-Agent Integrated System for Representing Musical
Knowledge", with Claudia
Goldman , Dan
Gang and Jeff
Rosenschein : Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence,
25 (1999) pp. 69-90 [postscript].
Criticality in the Brain?", with Elie Bienenstock
: Advances in Complex Systems, 1(4) (1998) pp. 361-384 [postscript].
Some Older Papers:
Here is a short list of publications, some papers are
available in gziped postscript version:
Environments to Representations - A Mathematical Theory of Artificial
Perceptions": with Zippora Arzi-Gonczarowski, Artificial
Intelligence, 102(2) (1998) pp. 187-247.
the Mathematical Category of Artificial Perceptions": with Zippora
Arzi-Gonczarowski, Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, 23
(1998) pp. 267-298.
Reasoning: Logical Properties": Logic Journal of the Interest Group
and Applied Logics (IGPL), 6(1)
(1998) pp. 49-58 [postscript]
negation rationality", with Michael Freund: Journal of Logic and
Computation, 6(2) (1996) pp. 263-269 [postscript]
perspective on default reasoning", Annals of Mathematics and
Artificial Intelligence: 15(1) (1995) pp. 61-82 [postscript]
nonmonotonic inference operations: antitonic representations", with
Yuri Kaluzhny: Journal of Logic and Computation, 5(1) (1995) pp. 111-122 [postscript]
and building a Negotiating Automated Agent", with Sarit Kraus:
Computational Intelligence, 11(1) (1995) pp. 132-171.
temporal sequences by excitatory synaptic changes only", with Yaakov
Metzger: Network, 5 (1994) pp. 89-99.
reasoning: from finitary relations to infinitary inference
operations", with Michael Freund: Studia Logica, 53 no. 2 (1994) pp.
advantages of free choice: a symmetric and fully distributed solution to
the dining philosophers problem", with Michael O. Rabin: In "A
Classical Mind: Essays in Honour of C.A.R. Hoare" (A.W. Roscoe, ed.),
Chapter 20, Prentice Hall, 1994, pp. 333-352.
inference operations", with Michael Freund: Bulletin of the
IGPL, 1 no.1 (July 1993) pp. 23-68 [postscript].
does a conditional knowledge base entail?", with Menachem Magidor:
Artificial Intelligence, 55 no.1 (May 1992) pp. 1-60 [postscript]
Transitivity and Contraposition", with Michael Freund and Paul
Morris: Artificial Intelligence, 52 no. 2 (Dec. 1991) pp. 191-203.
in a non-cooperative environment", with Sarit Krausand Eithan
Ephrati: Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence,
Vol. 3 no. 4 (Oct.-Dec. 1991) pp. 255-281.
reasoning, preferential models and cumulative logics", with Sarit Kraus and Menachem
Magidor: Artificial Intelligence, 44 nos 1-2 (July 1990) pp. 167-207 [postscript]
temporal sequences by local synaptic changes", with Yaakov Metzger:
Network, 1 no. 2 (April 1990) pp. 169-188.
belief and time", with Sarit Kraus :
Theoretical Computer Science, 58 no. 1-3 (June 1988) pp. 155-174.
and economical solutions to the mutual exclusion problem in a distributed
system", with Shimon Cohen and Amir Pnueli
: Theoretical Computer Science, 34 no. 1-2 (November 1984) pp. 215-225.
linear-history semantics for languages for distributed programming",
Francez and Amir Pnueli
: Theoretical Computer Science, 32 no. 1 (July 1984) pp. 25-46.
with time and chance", with Saharon Shelah: Information
and Control, 53 no. 3 (June 1982) pp. 165-198.
primality tests": SIAM Journal on Computing, 11 no. 2 (May 1982) pp.
need not be dense", with Ana Pasztor
: Theoretical Computer Science 17, no. 2 (February 82), pp. 151-161.
algebraic specification of data types: a synthetic approach", with
Michael B. Smyth: Mathematical Systems Theory 14, no. 2 (May 1981), pp.
the algebra of order": Journal of Computer and System Sciences 21,
no.1 (August 1980), pp.1-23.
of non-determinism,concurrency and communication", with Nissim Francez , C.A.R.
Hoare and W.P.
de Roever : Journal of Computer and System Sciences 19, no.3
(December 1979), pp.290-308.
note on Schnorr's separatedness": Theoretical Computer Science,Vol.4
structures for transitive closure": Theoretical Computer
Science,Vol.4 (1977), pp.59-76.
grammars and deterministic languages": Israel Journal of
Mathematics,Vol.10 (1971),pp. 526-530.
Conference Presentations not subsumed above:
a Neural Network for Harmonizing Melodies in Real Time", with Dan Gangand Naftaly Wagner:
International Computer Music Conference, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
Numbers for Qualitative Decision Making": Proceedings of the
7th Conference on Theoretical Aspects of Reasoning and Knowledge, Evanston
Ill., July 1998, pp. 161-174 [postscript].
Melodies in Real Time: the Connectionist Approach", with Dan Gang : International
Computer Music Conference, Thessaloniki (Greece), September 1997.
Qualitative Probability: Savage revisited", Twelfth Conference on
Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence, E. Horvitz and F. Jensen eds.,
Morgan Kaufmann, pp. 381-388 Portland, Oregon, August 1996 [postscript].
Artificial Net for Harmonizing Melodies", with Dan Gang : International
Computer Music Conference, pp. 444-447, Banff
revision, revised": Fourteenth International Joint Conference on
Artificial Intelligence, Montreal, Canada, August 1995, pp. 1534-1541.
logics: the predicate calculus case", with Menachem Magidor:
Proceedings of the Third Conference on Theoretical Aspects of Reasoning
About Knowledge (Rohit Parikh, ed.), Pacific Grove, CA, (March 1990), pp.
57-72, Morgan Kaufmann.
dynamics of random boolean networks", with Craig Gotsman and Eli
Shamir: Proceedings of the Second IEEE International Conference on Neural
Networks, San Diego,
oscillators", with Navah Rubin and Haim Sompolinsky: Bat-Sheva seminar
on Neural Networks Models and Their Relevance to Neurobiology, Jerusalem
- "Les algorithmes
probabilistes": in "les theories de la complexite, autour de
l'oeuvre d'Henri Atlan', Colloque de Cerisy sous la direction de Francoise
Fogelman Soulie" (June 1984), Editions du Seuil, January 1991 pp.
procedures for Time and Chance", with Sarit Kraus :
Proceedings of 24th I.E.E.E. Annual Symposium on the Foundations of
Computer Science, Tucson, Arizona, November 1983, pp. 202-209.
systems and their distributed termination", with Shimon Cohen:
Proceedings of ACM SIGACT-SIGOPS Symposium on Principles of Distributed
Computing, Ottawa, Canada, August 1982, pp. 29-33.
Justice and Fairness: the ethics of concurrent termination", with Amir Pnueli
and Jonathan Stavi: Proceedings of 8th International Colloquium on
Automata, Languages and Programming, July 1981, Acco, Israel,
Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes on Computer Science Vol. 115, pp. 264-277.
in ALGOL Y": Proceedings of 5th Annual I.I.I. Conference on the
design and implementation of programming languages sponsored by TC
W.G.2.1, Guidel, France, May 1977, published by I.R.I.A. pp. 111-121.
for fixpoint semantics": Proceedings of the 17th I.E.E.E. Annual
Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science, Houston,
Design, Combinatorial Auctions
Reasoning, Belief Revision