Game Theory for Security: An Important Challenge for Multiagent Systems

@inproceedings{An2011GameTF,
  title={Game Theory for Security: An Important Challenge for Multiagent Systems},
  author={Bo An and Milind Tambe},
  booktitle={EUMAS},
  year={2011}
}
  • Bo An, Milind Tambe
  • Published in EUMAS 2011
  • Computer Science
  • The goal of this paper is to introduce a real-world challenge problem for researchers in multiagent systems and beyond, where our collective efforts may have a significant impact on activities in the real-world. The challenge is in applying game theory for security: Our goal is not only to introduce the problem, but also to provide exemplars of initial successes of deployed systems in this challenge problem arena, some key open research challenges and pointers to getting started in this… CONTINUE READING
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