Lisa-Maria Hofmann

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We study the phenomenon of evolution of cooperation in a society of self-interested agents using repeated games in graphs. A repeated game in a graph is a multiple round game, where, in each round, an agent gains payoff by playing a game with its neighbors and updates its action (state) by using the actions and/or payoffs of its neighbors. The interaction(More)
This paper describes a joint research project in the field of grid integration of distributed renewable energy sources. Several research groups cooperate in an interdisciplinary approach. Main focus of this research project is the analysis of both influence and possibilities of multi-agent systems (MAS) which control consumers and renewable energy resources(More)
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