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*2009
126EEL. Julian Schvartzman, Michael P. Wellman: Stronger CDA strategies through empirical game-theoretic analysis and reinforcement learning. AAMAS (1) 2009: 249-256
125EEPatrick R. Jordan, Michael P. Wellman: Generalization risk minimization in empirical game models. AAMAS (1) 2009: 553-560
124EEKevin M. Lochner, Michael P. Wellman: Information Feedback and Efficiency in Multiattribute Double Auctions. AMMA 2009: 26-39
123EEQuang Duong, Yevgeniy Vorobeychik, Satinder P. Singh, Michael P. Wellman: Learning Graphical Game Models. IJCAI 2009: 116-121
122EEAzzurra Ragone, Tommaso Di Noia, Francesco M. Donini, Eugenio Di Sciascio, Michael P. Wellman: Weighted Description Logics Preference Formulas for Multiattribute Negotiation. SUM 2009: 193-205
2008
121EEYevgeniy Vorobeychik, Michael P. Wellman: Stochastic search methods for nash equilibrium approximation in simulation-based games. AAMAS (2) 2008: 1055-1062
120EEPatrick R. Jordan, Yevgeniy Vorobeychik, Michael P. Wellman: Searching for approximate equilibria in empirical games. AAMAS (2) 2008: 1063-1070
119EEChristopher Kiekintveld, Michael P. Wellman: Selecting strategies using empirical game models: an experimental analysis of meta-strategies. AAMAS (2) 2008: 1095-1101
118EEYagil Engel, Michael P. Wellman: CUI Networks: A Graphical Representation for Conditional Utility Independence. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 31: 83-112 (2008)
2007
117EEPatrick R. Jordan, Christopher Kiekintveld, Michael P. Wellman: Empirical game-theoretic analysis of the TAC Supply Chain game. AAMAS 2007: 193
116EEChristopher Kiekintveld, Jason Miller, Patrick R. Jordan, Michael P. Wellman: Forecasting market prices in a supply chain game. AAMAS 2007: 234
115EEVishal Soni, Satinder P. Singh, Michael P. Wellman: Constraint satisfaction algorithms for graphical games. AAMAS 2007: 67
114EEYagil Engel, Michael P. Wellman: Generalized value decomposition and structured multiattribute auctions. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2007: 227-236
113EEShih-Fen Cheng, Michael P. Wellman: Iterated Weaker-than-Weak Dominance. IJCAI 2007: 1233-1238
112EERakesh V. Vohra, Michael P. Wellman: Foundations of multi-agent learning: Introduction to the special issue. Artif. Intell. 171(7): 363-364 (2007)
111EEYevgeniy Vorobeychik, Michael P. Wellman, Satinder P. Singh: Learning payoff functions in infinite games. Machine Learning 67(1-2): 145-168 (2007)
2006
110 Hideyuki Nakashima, Michael P. Wellman, Gerhard Weiss, Peter Stone: 5th International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2006), Hakodate, Japan, May 8-12, 2006 ACM 2006
109 Yagil Engel, Michael P. Wellman: CUI Networks: A Graphical Representation for Conditional Utility Independence. AAAI 2006
108 Michael P. Wellman: Methods for Empirical Game-Theoretic Analysis. AAAI 2006
107EEYagil Engel, Michael P. Wellman, Kevin M. Lochner: Bid expressiveness and clearing algorithms in multiattribute double auctions. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2006: 110-119
106EEChristopher Kiekintveld, Jason Miller, Patrick R. Jordan, Michael P. Wellman: Controlling a supply chain agent using value-based decomposition. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2006: 208-217
105EEYevgeniy Vorobeychik, Christopher Kiekintveld, Michael P. Wellman: Empirical mechanism design: methods, with application to a supply-chain scenario. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2006: 306-315
104EEPatrick R. Jordan, Christopher Kiekintveld, Jason Miller, Michael P. Wellman: Market Efficiency, Sales Competition, and the Bullwhip Effect in the TAC SCM Tournaments. TADA/AMEC 2006: 62-74
2005
103 Michael P. Wellman, Daniel M. Reeves, Kevin M. Lochner, Shih-Fen Cheng, Rahul Suri: Approximate Strategic Reasoning through Hierarchical Reduction of Large Symmetric Games. AAAI 2005: 502-508
102EEAnna Osepayshvili, Michael P. Wellman, Daniel M. Reeves, Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason: Self-Confirming Price Prediction for Bidding in Simultaneous Ascending Auctions. Computing and Markets 2005
101EEYevgeniy Vorobeychik, Michael P. Wellman, Satinder P. Singh: Learning Payoff Functions in Infinite Games. IJCAI 2005: 977-982
100EEAnna Osepayshvili, Michael P. Wellman, Daniel M. Reeves, Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason: Self-Confirming Price Prediction for Bidding in Simultaneous Ascending Auctions. UAI 2005: 441-449
99EEDaniel M. Reeves, Michael P. Wellman, Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason, Anna Osepayshvili: Exploring bidding strategies for market-based scheduling. Decision Support Systems 39(1): 67-85 (2005)
98EELance Fortnow, Joe Kilian, David M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman: Betting Boolean-style: a framework for trading in securities based on logical formulas. Decision Support Systems 39(1): 87-104 (2005)
97EEShih-Fen Cheng, Evan Leung, Kevin M. Lochner, Kevin O'Malley, Daniel M. Reeves, L. Julian Schvartzman, Michael P. Wellman: Walverine: a Walrasian trading agent. Decision Support Systems 39(2): 169-184 (2005)
2004
96EEKevin M. Lochner, Michael P. Wellman: Rule-Based Specification of Auction Mechanisms. AAMAS 2004: 818-825
95EESatinder P. Singh, Vishal Soni, Michael P. Wellman: Computing approximate bayes-nash equilibria in tree-games of incomplete information. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2004: 81-90
94EEJoshua Estelle, Yevgeniy Vorobeychik, Michael P. Wellman, Satinder P. Singh, Christopher Kiekintveld, Vishal Soni: Strategic Interactions in the TAC 2003 Supply Chain Tournament. Computers and Games 2004: 316-331
93 Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason, Anna Osepayshvili, Daniel M. Reeves, Michael P. Wellman: Price Prediction Strategies for Market-Based Scheduling. ICAPS 2004: 244-252
92 Christopher Kiekintveld, Michael P. Wellman, Satinder P. Singh, Joshua Estelle, Yevgeniy Vorobeychik, Vishal Soni, Matthew R. Rudary: Distributed Feedback Control for Decision Making on Supply Chains. ICAPS 2004: 384-392
91EEDaniel M. Reeves, Michael P. Wellman: Computing Best-Response Strategies in Infinite Games of Incomplete Information. UAI 2004: 470-478
90EEChao-Lin Liu, Michael P. Wellman: Bounding probabilistic relationships in Bayesian networks using qualitative influences: methods and applications. Int. J. Approx. Reasoning 36(1): 31-73 (2004)
89EEMichael P. Wellman, Daniel M. Reeves, Kevin M. Lochner, Yevgeniy Vorobeychik: Price Prediction in a Trading Agent Competition. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 21: 19-36 (2004)
88EEChristopher Kiekintveld, Michael P. Wellman, Satinder P. Singh, Vishal Soni: Value-driven procurement in the TAC supply chain game. SIGecom Exchanges 4(3): 9-18 (2004)
2003
87EEShih-Fen Cheng, Evan Leung, Kevin M. Lochner, Kevin O'Malley, Daniel M. Reeves, L. Julian Schvartzman, Michael P. Wellman: Walverine: a Walrasian trading agent. AAMAS 2003: 465-472
86EEMichael P. Wellman, Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason, Daniel M. Reeves, Sowmya Swaminathan: Exploring bidding strategies for market-based scheduling. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2003: 115-124
85EELance Fortnow, Joe Kilian, David M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman: Betting boolean-style: a framework for trading in securities based on logical formulas. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2003: 144-155
84EEMichael P. Wellman, Daniel M. Reeves, Kevin M. Lochner: Price prediction in a trading agent competition (extended abstract). ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2003: 216-217
83EEShih-Fen Cheng, Michael P. Wellman, Dennis G. Perry: Market-Based Resource Allocation for Information-Collection Scenarios. MAMUS 2003: 33-47
82EEWilliam E. Walsh, Makoto Yokoo, Katsutoshi Hirayama, Michael P. Wellman: On market-inspired approaches to propositional satisfiability. Artif. Intell. 144(1-2): 125-156 (2003)
81EEMichael P. Wellman, Amy R. Greenwald, Peter Stone, Peter R. Wurman: The 2001 Trading Agent Competition. Electronic Markets 13(1): (2003)
80EEMichael P. Wellman, Shih-Fen Cheng, Daniel M. Reeves, Kevin M. Lochner: Trading Agents Competing: Performance, Progress, and Market Effectiveness. IEEE Intelligent Systems 18(6): 48-53 (2003)
79EEWilliam E. Walsh, Michael P. Wellman: Decentralized Supply Chain Formation: A Market Protocol and Competitive Equilibrium Analysis. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 19: 513-567 (2003)
78EEJunling Hu, Michael P. Wellman: Nash Q-Learning for General-Sum Stochastic Games. Journal of Machine Learning Research 4: 1039-1069 (2003)
77EEMichael P. Wellman, Daniel A. Menascé, Peter R. Wurman: Letter from the new chair. SIGecom Exchanges 4(2): (2003)
2002
76 Michael P. Wellman, Amy R. Greenwald, Peter Stone, Peter R. Wurman: The 2001 Trading Agent Competition. AAAI/IAAI 2002: 935-
75 Peter R. Wurman, Michael P. Wellman, William E. Walsh: Specifying Rules for Electronic Auctions. AI Magazine 23(3): 15-24 (2002)
74 Daniel M. Reeves, Michael P. Wellman, Benjamin N. Grosof: Automated Negotiation from Declarative Contract Descriptions. Computational Intelligence 18(4): 482-500 (2002)
73EEChao-Lin Liu, Michael P. Wellman: Evaluation of Bayesian networks with flexible state-space abstraction methods. Int. J. Approx. Reasoning 30(1): 1-39 (2002)
2001
72EEDaniel M. Reeves, Michael P. Wellman, Benjamin N. Grosof: Automated negotiation from declarative contract descriptions. Agents 2001: 51-58
71 William E. Walsh, Makoto Yokoo, Katsutoshi Hirayama, Michael P. Wellman: On Market-Inspired Approaches to Propositional Satisfiability. IJCAI 2001: 1152-1160
70EEMichael P. Wellman, Peter R. Wurman, Kevin O'Malley, Roshan Bangera, Shou-de Lin, Daniel M. Reeves, William E. Walsh: Designing the Market Game for a Trading Agent Competition. IEEE Internet Computing 5(2): 43- (2001)
2000
69 William E. Walsh, Michael P. Wellman: MarketSAT: An Extremely Decentralized (but Really Slow) Algorithm for Propositional Satisfiability. AAAI/IAAI 2000: 303-309
68EEPeter R. Wurman, Michael P. Wellman: AkBA: a progressive, anonymous-price combinatorial auction. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2000: 21-29
67EEWilliam E. Walsh, Michael P. Wellman, Fredrik Ygge: Combinatorial auctions for supply chain formation. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2000: 260-269
66EEMichael P. Wellman, William E. Walsh: Distributed Quiescence Detection in Multiagent Negotiation. ICMAS 2000: 317-324
65 Junling Hu, Michael P. Wellman: Experimental Results on Q-Learning for General-Sum Stochastic Games. ICML 2000: 407-414
64EEDavid M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman: Compact Securities Markets for Pareto Optimal Reallocation of Risk. UAI 2000: 481-488
63EEDavid V. Pynadath, Michael P. Wellman: Probabilistic State-Dependent Grammars for Plan Recognition. UAI 2000: 507-514
1999
62 William E. Walsh, Michael P. Wellman: Modeling Supply Chain Formation in Multiagent Systems. Agent Mediated Electronic Commerce (IJCAI Workshop) 1999: 94-101
61EEMichael P. Wellman: Agents and Electronic Commerce: Mechanisms and Protocols (Abstract). CIA 1999: 243-244
60 William E. Walsh, Michael P. Wellman: Efficiency and Equilibrium in Task Allocation Economies with Hierarchical Dependencies. IJCAI 1999: 520-526
59EEDavid M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman: Graphical Representations of Consensus Belief. UAI 1999: 531-540
58 Steven Minton, Michael P. Wellman: JAIR at Five. AI Magazine 20(2): 83-91 (1999)
1998
57EEJunling Hu, Michael P. Wellman: Online Learning about Other Agents in a Dynamic Multiagent System. Agents 1998: 239-246
56EEPeter R. Wurman, Michael P. Wellman, William E. Walsh: The Michigan Internet AcutionBot: A Configuarable Auction Server for Human and Software Agents. Agents 1998: 301-308
55EEWilliam E. Walsh, Michael P. Wellman, Peter R. Wurman, Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason: Some Economics of Market-Based Distributed Scheduling. ICDCS 1998: 612-621
54EEWilliam E. Walsh, Michael P. Wellman: A Market Protocol for Decentralized Task Allocation. ICMAS 1998: 325-332
53 Junling Hu, Michael P. Wellman: Multiagent Reinforcement Learning: Theoretical Framework and an Algorithm. ICML 1998: 242-250
52EEChao-Lin Liu, Michael P. Wellman: Incremental Tradeoff Resolution in Qualitative Probabilistic Networks. UAI 1998: 338-345
51EEChao-Lin Liu, Michael P. Wellman: Using Qualitative Relationships for Bounding Probability Distributions. UAI 1998: 346-353
50EEDavid V. Pynadath, Michael P. Wellman: Generalized Queries on Probabilistic Context-Free Grammars. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 20(1): 65-77 (1998)
49 Michael P. Wellman, Junling Hu: Conjectural Equilibrium in Multiagent Learning. Machine Learning 33(2-3): 179-200 (1998)
48EEMichael P. Wellman, Peter R. Wurman: Market-aware agents for a multiagent world. Robotics and Autonomous Systems 24(3-4): 115-125 (1998)
1997
47 Michael P. Wellman: Market-Oriented Programming (Abstract). AAAI/IAAI 1997: 774
46 Michael P. Wellman: Market-Aware Agents for a Multiagent World. MAAMAW 1997: 1
45EEDavid M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman: Representing Aggregate Belief through the Competitive Equilibrium of a Securities Market. UAI 1997: 392-400
44EECraig Boutilier, Yoav Shoham, Michael P. Wellman: Economic Principles of Multi-Agent Systems. Artif. Intell. 94(1-2): 1-6 (1997)
1996
43 David V. Pynadath, Michael P. Wellman: Generalized Queries on Probabilistic Context-Free Grammars. AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 2 1996: 1285-1290
42EEDavid M. Pennock, Michael P. Wellman: Toward a Market Model for Bayesian Inference. UAI 1996: 405-413
41EEPeter R. Wurman, Michael P. Wellman: Optimal Factory Scheduling using Stochastic Dominance A*. UAI 1996: 554-563
40 Michael P. Wellman: The Economic Approach to Artificial Intelligence. ACM Comput. Surv. 28(4es): 14 (1996)
39 Daniel E. Atkins, William P. Birmingham, Edmund H. Durfee, Eric J. Glover, Tracy Mullen, Elke A. Rundensteiner, Elliot Soloway, José M. Vidal, Raven Wallace, Michael P. Wellman: Toward Inquiry-Based Education Through Interacting Software Agents. IEEE Computer 29(5): 69-76 (1996)
38 Chao-Lin Liu, Michael P. Wellman: On State-Space Abstraction for Anytime Evaluation of Bayesian Networks. SIGART Bulletin 7(2): 50-57 (1996)
1995
37 Tracy Mullen, Michael P. Wellman: Some Issues in the Design of Market-Oriented Agents. ATAL 1995: 283-298
36 Tracy Mullen, Michael P. Wellman: A Simple Computational Market for Network Information Services. ICMAS 1995: 283-289
35 Michael P. Wellman: Market-Oriented Programming (Abstract). SBIA 1995: 26-27
34EEDavid V. Pynadath, Michael P. Wellman: Accounting for Context in Plan Recognition, with Application to Traffic Monitoring. UAI 1995: 472-481
33EEMichael P. Wellman, Matthew Ford, Kenneth Larson: Path Planning under Time-Dependent Uncertainty. UAI 1995: 532-539
32 Michael P. Wellman: The Economic Approach to Artificial Intelligence. ACM Comput. Surv. 27(3): 360-362 (1995)
31 David Heckerman, E. H. Mamdani, Michael P. Wellman: Real-World Applications of Bayesian Networks - Introduction. Commun. ACM 38(3): 24-26 (1995)
30 David Heckerman, Michael P. Wellman: Bayesian Networks. Commun. ACM 38(3): 27-30 (1995)
29EEDavid Heckerman, E. H. Mamdani, Michael P. Wellman: Editorial: real-world applications of uncertain reasoning. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 42(6): 573-574 (1995)
1994
28 Marcus J. Huber, Edmund H. Durfee, Michael P. Wellman: The Automated Mapping of Plans for Plan Recognition. AAAI 1994: 1460
27 Michael P. Wellman: A Computational Market Model for Distributed Configuration Design. AAAI 1994: 401-407
26 Michael P. Wellman: Some Varieties of Qualitative Probability. IPMU 1994: 171-179
25EEMarcus J. Huber, Edmund H. Durfee, Michael P. Wellman: The Automated Mapping of Plans for Plan Recognition. UAI 1994: 344-351
24EEMichael P. Wellman, Chao-Lin Liu: State-Space Abstraction for Anytime Evaluation of Probabilistic Networks. UAI 1994: 567-574
23 Michael P. Wellman: Kyburgian Acceptance: A Rejection, Hedged. Computational Intelligence 10: 103-106 (1994)
1993
22EEMichael P. Wellman: A Market-Oriented Programming Environment and its Application to Distributed Multicommodity Flow Problems CoRR cs.AI/9308102: (1993)
21EEMichael P. Wellman, Max Henrion: Explaining 'Explaining Away'. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 15(3): 287-292 (1993)
20 Michael P. Wellman: A Market-Oriented Programming Environment and its Application to Distributed Multicommodity Flow Problems. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 1: 1-23 (1993)
1992
19 Didier Dubois, Michael P. Wellman: UAI '92: Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence, July 17-19, 1992, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA Morgan Kaufmann 1992
18 Michael P. Wellman: A General-Equilibrium Approach to Distributed Transportation Planning. AAAI 1992: 282-289
17 Michael P. Wellman: B. A. Huberman, ed., The Ecology of Computation. Artif. Intell. 52(2): 205-218 (1992)
16 Michael P. Wellman: Whither Qualitative Reasoning? A Response to Sacks and Doyle. Computational Intelligence 8: 277-280 (1992)
1991
15 Michael P. Wellman, Jon Doyle: Preferential Semantics for Goals. AAAI 1991: 698-703
14EEJon Doyle, Yoav Shoham, Michael P. Wellman: A Logic of Relative Desire (Preliminary Report). ISMIS 1991: 16-31
13 Michael P. Wellman, Max Henrion: Qualitative Intercausal Relations, or Explaining "Explaining Away". KR 1991: 535-546
12 Michael P. Wellman: Qualitative Simulation with Multivariate Constraints. KR 1991: 547-557
11 Jon Doyle, Michael P. Wellman: Impediments to Universal Preference-Based Default Theories. Artif. Intell. 49(1-3): 97-128 (1991)
1990
10 Michael P. Wellman: The STRIPS Assumption for Planning Under Uncertainty. AAAI 1990: 198-203
9EEMichael P. Wellman: Exploiting functional dependencies in qualitative probabilistic reasoning. UAI 1990: 3-16
8 Michael P. Wellman: Fundamental Concepts of Qualitative Probabilistic Networks. Artif. Intell. 44(3): 257-303 (1990)
1989
7 Jon Doyle, Michael P. Wellman: Impediments to Universal Preference-Based Default Theories. KR 1989: 94-102
1988
6 Michael P. Wellman, Reid G. Simmons: Mechanisms for Reasoning about Sets. AAAI 1988: 398-402
5 Michael P. Wellman: P. L. Miller, Expert Critiquing Systems: Practice-Based Medical Consultation by Computer. Artif. Intell. 35(2): 273-276 (1988)
4 Michael P. Wellman: The role of calculi in uncertain reasoning. Int. J. Approx. Reasoning 2(3): 344-345 (1988)
1987
3 Michael P. Wellman: Probabilistic Semantics for Qualitative Influences. AAAI 1987: 662-664
2 Michael P. Wellman: Dominance and Subsumption in Constraint-Posting Planning. IJCAI 1987: 884-890
1986
1EEMichael P. Wellman: Qualitativce probabilistic networks for planning under uncertainty. UAI 1986: 197-208

Coauthor Index

1Daniel E. Atkins [39]
2Roshan Bangera [70]
3William P. Birmingham [39]
4Craig Boutilier [44]
5Shih-Fen Cheng [80] [83] [87] [97] [103] [113]
6Francesco M. Donini [122]
7Jon Doyle [7] [11] [14] [15]
8Didier Dubois [19]
9Quang Duong [123]
10Edmund H. Durfee [25] [28] [39]
11Yagil Engel [107] [109] [114] [118]
12Joshua Estelle [92] [94]
13Matthew Ford [33]
14Lance Fortnow [85] [98]
15Eric J. Glover [39]
16Amy R. Greenwald [76] [81]
17Benjamin N. Grosof [72] [74]
18David Heckerman [29] [30] [31]
19Max Henrion [13] [21]
20Katsutoshi Hirayama [71] [82]
21Junling Hu [49] [53] [57] [65] [78]
22Marcus J. Huber [25] [28]
23Patrick R. Jordan [104] [106] [116] [117] [120] [125]
24Christopher Kiekintveld [88] [92] [94] [104] [105] [106] [116] [117] [119]
25Joe Kilian [85] [98]
26Kenneth Larson [33]
27Evan Leung [87] [97]
28Shou-de Lin [70]
29Chao-Lin Liu [24] [38] [51] [52] [73] [90]
30Kevin M. Lochner [80] [84] [87] [89] [96] [97] [103] [107] [124]
31Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason [55] [86] [93] [99] [100] [102]
32E. H. Mamdani [29] [31]
33Daniel A. Menascé [77]
34Jason Miller [104] [106] [116]
35Steven Minton [58]
36Tracy Mullen [36] [37] [39]
37Hideyuki Nakashima [110]
38Tommaso Di Noia [122]
39Kevin O'Malley [70] [87] [97]
40Anna Osepayshvili [93] [99] [100] [102]
41David M. Pennock (David Pennock) [42] [45] [59] [64] [85] [98]
42Dennis G. Perry [83]
43David V. Pynadath [34] [43] [50] [63]
44Azzurra Ragone [122]
45Daniel M. Reeves [70] [72] [74] [80] [84] [86] [87] [89] [91] [93] [97] [99] [100] [102] [103]
46Matthew R. Rudary [92]
47Elke A. Rundensteiner [39]
48L. Julian Schvartzman [87] [97] [126]
49Eugenio Di Sciascio [122]
50Yoav Shoham [14] [44]
51Reid G. Simmons [6]
52Satinder P. Singh [88] [92] [94] [95] [101] [111] [115] [123]
53Elliot Soloway [39]
54Vishal Soni [88] [92] [94] [95] [115]
55Peter Stone [76] [81] [110]
56Rahul Suri [103]
57Sowmya Swaminathan [86]
58José M. Vidal [39]
59Rakesh V. Vohra (Rakesh Vohra) [112]
60Yevgeniy Vorobeychik [89] [92] [94] [101] [105] [111] [120] [121] [123]
61Raven Wallace [39]
62William E. Walsh [54] [55] [56] [60] [62] [66] [67] [69] [70] [71] [75] [79] [82]
63Gerhard Weiss [110]
64Peter R. Wurman [41] [48] [55] [56] [68] [70] [75] [76] [77] [81]
65Fredrik Ygge [67]
66Makoto Yokoo [71] [82]

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