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CORR
2004
Springer
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Near Rationality and Competitive Equilibria in Networked Systems
A growing body of literature in networked systems research relies on game theory and mechanism design to model and address the potential lack of cooperation between self-intereste...
Nicolas Christin, Jens Grossklags, John Chuang
ICDCSW
2006
IEEE
11 years 11 months ago
Enforcing Truthful-Rating Equilibria in Electronic Marketplaces
Reputation-based mechanisms and policies are vulnerable to the submission of untruthful ratings. In this paper, we define and analyze a game-theoretic model that captures the dyn...
Thanasis G. Papaioannou, George D. Stamoulis
SIAMAM
2010
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11 years 3 months ago
The Dynamics of Weakly Reversible Population Processes near Facets
This paper concerns the dynamical behavior of weakly reversible, deterministically modeled population processes near the facets (codimension-one faces) of their invariant manifolds...
David F. Anderson, Anne Shiu
CORR
2010
Springer
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Competitive Spectrum Management with Incomplete Information
An important issue in wireless communication is the interaction between selfish and independent wireless communication systems in the same frequency band. Due to the selfish natur...
Yair Noam, Amir Leshem, Hagit Messer
INFOCOM
2007
IEEE
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Non-Cooperative Multi-Radio Channel Allocation in Wireless Networks
— Channel allocation was extensively studied in the framework of cellular networks. But the emergence of new system concepts, such as cognitive radio systems, has brought this to...
Márk Félegyházi, Mario Cagalj...
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