(ECE 194V) Game Theory and Multiagent Systems

This course provides an overview of game theory with a special emphasis on its application to multiagent systems, i.e., systems that are comprised of a collection of interacting and possibly competing decision making entities. Examples drawn from engineered, economics, and social models, including multivehicle robotics, data networks, sensor networks, and electronic commerce.

Term: Winter Quarter, 2017
Lecture: Monday and Wednesday, 3:30-4:45, Phelps 2514
Office Hours: HFH 5161, Times: Tuesday 1:00-2:00, Friday 2:00-2:50
Text: Game Theory: An Introduction, Steven Tadelis
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Teaching Assistant: Philip N. Brown
Office Hours: Bungalow 699, Times: Monday, 12:00-1:00, Tuesday, 3:00-4:00

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