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Analyzing Incentives for Protocol Compliance in Complex Domains: A Case Study of Introduction-Based Routing

@article{Wellman2013AnalyzingIF,
  title={Analyzing Incentives for Protocol Compliance in Complex Domains: A Case Study of Introduction-Based Routing},
  author={Michael P. Wellman and Tae Hyung Kim and Quang Duong},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1306.0388}
}
Formal analyses of incentives for compliance with network protocols often appeal to gametheoretic models and concepts. Applications of game-theoretic analysis to network security have generally been limited to highly stylized models, where simplified environments enable tractable study of key strategic variables. We propose a simulation-based approach to gametheoretic analysis of protocol compliance, for scenarios with large populations of agents and large policy spaces. We define a general… Expand
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