WG4

Working Group 4: Stochastic Methods in Game Theory


Chair: Miklos Pinter (University of Pécs and Corvinus University of Budapest)

Vice Chair: Galit Ashkenazi-Golan (Tel-Aviv University)


Main Aim: 


Develop the foundations for a new theory of games played in continuous time. Develop a theory for dynamic network congestion games with uncertainty. Develop numerical algorithms for such games. Identify favourable instances of stochastic games admitting polynomial-time algorithms.


Tasks:


    1.  Develop a mathematical theory for continuous-time games with partial monitoring.
    1. Develop a theory for dynamic network congestion games with uncertainty.
    1. Computational framework for identifying sets of equilibrium payoffs.
  1. Identification of favourable stochastic games admitting efficient algorithmic solvers.