Daniel Pareja

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We consider a computing system where a master processor assigns a task for execution to worker processors that may collude. We model the workers' decision of whether to comply (compute the task) or not (return a bogus result to save the computation cost) as a game among workers. That is, we assume that workers are rational in a game-theoretic sense. We(More)
Today the Internet has revolutionized it into a cyberspace, mainly due to its attributes of convenience, interoperability, fast search and confidence. It provides an affordable and secure way to spontaneously link people and computers across geographical boundaries. The massive economy of online services and digital information has dramatically changed our(More)
We consider a computing system where a master processor assigns tasks for execution to worker processors through the Internet. We model the workers decision of whether to comply (compute the task) or not (return a bogus result to save the computation cost) as a mixed extension of a strategic game among workers. That is, we assume that workers are rational(More)
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