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2011
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When is it best to best-respond?
Noam Nisan, Michael Schapira, Gregory Valiant, Avi...
SIGECOM
2011
ACM
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Designing adaptive trading agents
ended abstract summarizes the research presented in Dr. Pardoe’s recently-completed Ph.D. thesis [Pardoe 2011]. The thesis considers how adaptive trading agents can take advantag...
David Pardoe, Peter Stone
SIGECOM
2011
ACM
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Competitive equilibrium in two sided matching markets with general utility functions
In this paper, we study the class of competitive equilibria in two sided matching markets with general (non-quasilinear) utility functions. Mechanism design in general non-quasili...
Saeed Alaei, Kamal Jain, Azarakhsh Malekian
SIGECOM
2011
ACM
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Leading dynamics to good behavior
: Many natural games can have a dramatic difference between the quality of their best and worst Nash equilibria, even in pure strategies. Yet, nearly all work to date on dynamics s...
Maria-Florina Balcan
SIGECOM
2011
ACM
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Market making and mean reversion
Market making refers broadly to trading strategies that seek to profit by providing liquidity to other traders, while avoiding accumulating a large net position in a stock. In th...
Tanmoy Chakraborty, Michael Kearns
SIGECOM
2011
ACM
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A revealed preference approach to computational complexity in economics
Recent results in complexity theory suggest that various economic theories require agents to solve computationally intractable problems. However, such results assume the agents ar...
Federico Echenique, Daniel Golovin, Adam Wierman
SIGECOM
2011
ACM
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Strategic sequential voting in multi-issue domains and multiple-election paradoxes
In many settings, a group of agents must come to a joint decision on multiple issues. In practice, this is often done by voting on the issues in sequence. In this paper, we model ...
Lirong Xia, Vincent Conitzer, Jérôme ...
SIGECOM
2011
ACM
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Multilateral matching
We introduce a matching model in which agents engage in joint ventures via multilateral contracts. This approach allows us to consider production complementarities previously outs...
John William Hatfield, Scott Duke Kominers
SIGECOM
2011
ACM
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The role of social networks in online shopping: information passing, price of trust, and consumer choice
While social interactions are critical to understanding consumer behavior, the relationship between social and commerce networks has not been explored on a large scale. We analyze...
Stephen Guo, Mengqiu Wang, Jure Leskovec
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