Making a decision for a group engaged in a common task is a difficult challenge. There are several kinds of group decision making processes. This stream addresses Collaborative Decision Making processes. By Collaborative Decision Making processes, we intend that involved participants must pool their efforts in order to define and work on the achievement of a common goal. They have to integrate multiple points of view which reveal to be difficult. They have to work together, although not necessarily in the same place or at the same time. Decisional processes are then complex and involve a non-closed set of actors. The difficult point for decision-makers is to make a balance between their own preferences and the building of common preferences within the group. One direct application in the daily life of such Collaborative Decision-Making processes can be implemented through the e_democraty which is defined as a form of government in which all adult citizens are presumed to be eligible to participate equally in the proposal, development, and creation of laws.

The purpose of this stream is to allow researchers to present methodologies, mathematical models, and software supporting Collaborative Decision-Making processes. Submitted papers/abstracts can describe both theoretical and empirical studies like for example survey, field study, case study, experimentation, etc.

Stream organizers
Pascale Zaraté, Toulouse Capitole University, IRIT, France
Guy Camilleri, Toulouse 3 University, IRIT, France

Collaborative Decision Making

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