## 109 Citations

### Algorithmic game theory

- Computer ScienceCommun. ACM
- 2010

A new era of theoretical computer science addresses fundamental problems about auctions, networks, and human behavior in a bid to solve the challenges of 21st Century finance.

### Contest theory

- PhysicsCommun. ACM
- 2017

Exploring the basic game theory models of contests found in online services finds them to be simple, democratic, scalable and scalable.

### Algorithmic Game Theory: Some Greatest Hits and Future Directions

- Computer ScienceIFIP TCS
- 2008

We give a brief and biased survey of the past, present, and future of research on the interface of theoretical computer science and game theory.

### Game Theory Pragmatics: A Challenge for AI

- Computer ScienceAAAI
- 2008

It is suggested that going forward, the most dramatic interaction between computer science and game theory - with a special role for AI - could be around what might be called game theory pragmatics.

### The Complexity of Angel-Daemons and Game Isomorphism

- Computer ScienceBull. EATCS
- 2012

The introduction and analysis of a class of games, designed to asses web applications, have been considered and the problem of isomorphism between strategic games has been analysed.

### Making decisions based on the preferences of multiple agents

- EconomicsCACM
- 2010

This paper presents a meta-modelling system that automates the very labor-intensive and therefore time-heavy and therefore expensive and expensive process of manually cataloging and cataloging individual neurons in the brain.

### An Algorithmic Game Theory Primer

- Computer Science
- 2008

Research on the interface of theoretical computer science and game theory, an area now known as algorithmic game theory (AGT), has exploded phenomenally.

### Dynamic Game-Theoretic Models to Determine the Value of Intrusion Detection Systems in the Face of Uncertainty

- Biology
- 2015

This is a list of recommended reading lists for students wishing to begin or deepen their knowledge of the Greek language.

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A new era of theoretical computer science addresses fundamental problems about auctions, networks, and human behavior in a bid to solve the challenges of 21st Century finance.

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- PhysicsSODA '96
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The scientific interaction of game theory with computer science and operations research is broad and fundamental, and it transfers concepts, language, and results across IYields.

### Computer Science and Game Theory: A Brief Survey

- Computer ScienceArXiv
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This article surveys some of the main themes of work in the area of computer science and game theory in the past decade, with a focus on the work in computer science.

### Algorithms, games, and the internet

- ArtSTOC '01
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If the Internet is the next great subject for Theoretical Computer Science to model and illuminate mathematically, then Game Theory, and Mathematical Economics more generally, are likely to prove…

### Graphical Models for Game Theory

- Computer ScienceUAI
- 2001

The main result is a provably correct and efficient algorithm for computing approximate Nash equilibria in one-stage games represented by trees or sparse graphs.

### Settling the Complexity of Two-Player Nash Equilibrium

- Economics2006 47th Annual IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS'06)
- 2006

It is proved that the problem of finding a Nash equilibrium in a two-player game is PPAD-complete.

### Theory of Games and Economic Behavior.

- Economics
- 1944

This is the classic work upon which modern-day game theory is based. What began more than sixty years ago as a modest proposal that a mathematician and an economist write a short paper together…

### Complexity Results about Nash Equilibria

- EconomicsIJCAI
- 2003

A single reduction demonstrates NP- hardness of determining whether Nash equilibria with certain natural properties exist, and demonstrates the NP-hardness of counting NashEquilibria (or connected sets of Nash Equilibria).