A Game Theoretic Approach to Computer Science: Survey and Research Directions
AbstractTheoretical Computer Science classically aimed to develop a mathematical understanding of capabilities and limits of traditional computing architecture (Boole, von Neuman, Turing, Church, Godel), investigating in computability, complexity theory and algorithmics. Now it seems more natural to revisit classical computer science notions under a new game- theoretic model. The purpose of this work is to investigate some themes at the intersection of algorithmics and game theory, emphasizing both mathematical and technological issues.
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Date of creation: 07 Sep 2005
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computer science; game theory; network; protocol;
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