Computational game theory for security: Progress and challenges


Milind Tambe, Albert Jiang, Bo An, and Manish Jain. 2014. “Computational game theory for security: Progress and challenges .” In AAAI Spring Symposium on Applied Computational Game Theory.


The goal of this paper is to (re)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 to not only introduce the research challenges for algorithmic and behavioral game theory in service of this problem, but also to provide initial exemplars of successes of deployed systems, and to challenges introduced by these deployments of computational game theory in the field. We also wish to provide an overview of key open research challenges and pointers to getting started in this research.
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