Distinguishing Distributions When Samples Are Strategically Transformed
NeurIPS, pp. 3187-3195, 2019.
Often, a principal must make a decision based on data provided by an agent. Moreover, typically, that agent has an interest in the decision that is not perfectly aligned with that of the principal. Thus, the agent may have an incentive to select from or modify the samples he obtains before sending them to the principal. In other settings,...More
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