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## Revision as of 15:01, 27 February 2012

Nash Equilibrium is arguably the most important concept in game theory. However, till now there still lacks efficient algorithms to calculate Nash Equilibria for general normal-form game. This master thesis work aims at developing efficient algorithms to calculate Nash Equilibria of normal-form games with three or more agents.

Research on Nash Equilibria Calculation Algorithms | |

Coordinator: | |

Tutor: | NicolaGatti (ngatti@elet.polimi.it), MarcoRocco (mrocco@elet.polimi.it) |

Collaborator: | |

Students: | ZongqueXu (zongque.xu@mail.polimi.it) |

Research Area: | warning.png"Agents, Multiagent Systems, Agencies" is not in the list of possible values (Affective Computing, Agents - Multiagent Systems - Agencies, BioSignal Analysis, Computational Intelligence and Games, Computer Vision and Image Analysis, E-Science, Machine Learning, Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Social Software and Semantic Web) for this property.Agents, Multiagent Systems, Agencies |

Research Topic: | Computational Intelligence and Games |

Start: | 2012/02/27 |

End: | 2012/09/17 |

Status: | Active |

Level: | Ms |

Type: | Thesis |