Tuesday, December 14, 20103:00 PM - 4:00 PMCNLS Conference Room (TA-3, Bldg 1690)|
Bounded Rationality Game Theory
David WolpertCNLS and NASA Ames
I begin by reviewing the simplest
types of noncooperative and cooperative game
theory. I then summarize two models of bounded
rational behavior in noncooperative games.
I show how under the first of those models
hysteretic effects arise when an external
regulator modifies tax rates on the game's players.
I then show how the second of those two
models can be used to optimally control the
behavior of human pilots in near-midair
collisions. I end by introducing a model of
bounded rational behavior for the simplest type
of cooperative game theory, and illustrate how it
can be used to optimize what bargains to suggest
to a set of negotiating players.
Host: Bob Ecke, firstname.lastname@example.org, 7-6733