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  • Before you can edit anything, you need to create an account. Registration is fast and automatic.
  • There are separate sections for every chapter, below.
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  1. Distributed Constraint Satisfaction
  2. Distributed Optimization
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  2. Beyond Belief: Probability, Dynamics and Intention
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  1. Distributed Constraint Satisfaction
  2. Distributed Optimization
  3. Introduction to Noncooperative Game Theory: Games in Normal Form
  4. Computing Solution Concepts of Normal-Form Games
  5. Games with Sequential Actions: Reasoning and Computing with the Extensive Form
  6. Richer Representations: Beyond the Normal and Extensive Forms
  7. Learning and Teaching
  8. Communication
  9. Aggregating Preferences: Social Choice
  10. Protocols for Strategic Agents: Mechanism Design
  11. Protocols for Multiagent Resource Allocation: Auctions
  12. Teams of Selfish Agents: An Introduction to Coalitional Game Theory
  13. Logics of Knowledge and Belief
  14. Beyond Belief: Probability, Dynamics and Intention
  15. Appendices
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If you teach from the book, please use this page to share resources with other instructors. In particular, we welcome your slides and exercises. Please note:
  • Before you can edit anything, you need to create an account. Registration is fast and automatic.
  • There are separate sections for every chapter, below.
  • Because the page is publicly accessible, please don't post solutions to exercises.
  • You can post attachments on any page and in any format.
 

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  1. Distributed Constraint Satisfaction
  2. Distributed Optimization
  3. Introduction to Noncooperative Game Theory: Games in Normal Form
  4. Computing Solution Concepts of Normal-Form Games
  5. Games with Sequential Actions: Reasoning and Computing with the Extensive Form
  6. Richer Representations: Beyond the Normal and Extensive Forms
  7. Learning and Teaching
  8. Communication
  9. Aggregating Preferences: Social Choice
  10. Protocols for Strategic Agents: Mechanism Design
  11. Protocols for Multiagent Resource Allocation: Auctions
  12. Teams of Selfish Agents: An Introduction to Coalitional Game Theory
  13. Logics of Knowledge and Belief
  14. Beyond Belief: Probability, Dynamics and Intention
  15. Appendices
 

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  1. Distributed Constraint Satisfaction
  2. Distributed Optimization
  3. Introduction to Noncooperative Game Theory: Games in Normal Form
  4. Computing Solution Concepts of Normal-Form Games
  5. Games with Sequential Actions: Reasoning and Computing with the Extensive Form
  6. Richer Representations: Beyond the Normal and Extensive Forms
  7. Learning and Teaching
  8. Communication
  9. Aggregating Preferences: Social Choice
  10. Protocols for Strategic Agents: Mechanism Design
  11. Protocols for Multiagent Resource Allocation: Auctions
  12. Teams of Selfish Agents: An Introduction to Coalitional Game Theory
  13. Logics of Knowledge and Belief
  14. Beyond Belief: Probability, Dynamics and Intention
  15. Appendices
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-- KevinLeytonBrown - 13 Nov 2008

 
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