Security in Multiagent Systems by Policy Randomization

@inproceedings{Paruchuri2006SecurityIM,
  title={Security in Multiagent Systems by Policy Randomization},
  author={Praveen Paruchuri and Milind Tambe and Fernando Ord{\'o}{\~n}ez and Sarit Kraus},
  booktitle={ISAIM},
  year={2006}
}
Security in multiagent systems is commonly defined as the ability of the system to deal with intentional threats from other agents. This paper focuses on domains where such intentional threats are caused by unseen adversaries whose actions or payoffs are unknown. In such domains, action randomization can effectively deteriorate an adversary's capability to predict and exploit an agent/agent team's actions. Unfortunately, little attention has been paid to intentional randomization of agents… CONTINUE READING
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