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2018

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2018

Peer-to-peer (P2P) energy trading has emerged as a next-generation energy-management mechanism for the smart grid that enables… Expand

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2018

Review

2018

The electric vehicle (EV) market has been growing rapidly around the world. With large scale deployment of EVs in power systems… Expand

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2017

Highly Cited

2017

Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) excel at creating realistic images with complex models for which maximum likelihood is… Expand

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2009

Highly Cited

2009

In 1951, John F. Nash proved that every game has a Nash equilibrium [Ann. of Math. (2), 54 (1951), pp. 286-295]. His proof is… Expand

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2008

Highly Cited

2008

We address the problem of spectrum pricing in a cognitive radio network where multiple primary service providers compete with… Expand

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2006

Highly Cited

2006

We resolve the question of the complexity of Nash equilibrium by showing that the problem of computing a Nash equilibrium in a… Expand

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2006

Highly Cited

2006

Even though many people thought the problem of finding Nash equilibria is hard in general, and it has been proven so for games… Expand

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1995

Highly Cited

1995

Sufficient conditions for Nash equilibrium in an 'n'-person game are given in terms of what the players know and believe - about… Expand

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1993

Highly Cited

1993

Two players are about to play a discounted infinitely repeated bimatrix game. Each player knows his own payoff matrix and chooses… Expand

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1952

Highly Cited

1952

Abstract : Kakutani's Fixed Point Theorem states that in Euclidean n-space a closed point to (non-void) convex set map of a… Expand

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