Introduction to the special issue on learning and computational game theory

  title={Introduction to the special issue on learning and computational game theory},
  author={A. Greenwald and M. Littman},
  journal={Machine Learning},
  • A. Greenwald, M. Littman
  • Published 2007
  • Computer Science
  • Machine Learning
  • Game theory is concerned with the decision making of utility-maximizing individuals in their interactions with one another and their environment. From its earliest days of study, researchers have recognized the important relationship between game theory and learning— using experience from past play to guide future decisions. Recently, there has been a surge in research that applies a computational perspective to learning in general-sum games. The editors have been involved with such projects… CONTINUE READING
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