(ECE 194V) Game Theory and Multiagent Systems
This course provides an overview of game theory with a special emphasis on its application to multiagent systems, i.e., systems that are comprised of a collection of interacting and possibly competing decision making entities. Examples drawn from engineered, economics, and social models, including multivehicle robotics, data networks, sensor networks, and electronic commerce.
Term: Spring Quarter, 2018
Lecture: Tuesday and Thursday, 3:30-4:45, Phelps 1445
Office Hours: HFH 5161, Times: Tuesday and Wednesday 11:00-12:00
Text: Game Theory, Alive, Karlin and Peres
Course Ad: [pdf]
Teaching Assistant: Brian Canty
Office Hours: Bungalow 699, Times: Wednesday, 2:00-4:00
- 6/11/2018: My office hours for Final's week will be Monday from 11-12 and Wednesday from 3:30-4:30. Brian's office hours will remain unchanged.
- 5/17/2018: I will be on travel from 5/23 - 5/29. Philip will cover the course on 5/24 and possibly 5/29 as well. For next week, my office hours will be on 5/21 from 10-11 and 5/22 from 11-12. For the following week, my office hours on 5/30 will be 11-12 and 5/31 from 1-2. There will be no office hours on 5/23 or 5/29.
- 5/8/2018: Here is a review sheet for the midterm [midterm review]
- 4/30/2018: I apologize, but I will be canceling office hours on 5/1/2018 but will return for office hours on 5/2/2018. Lecture will go on as normal.
- 4/25/2018: Midterm will be on Wednesday 5/10/2018. Homework #4 will be assigned in the next couple of days and will be due on 5/8/2018.
- 4/24/2018: I apologize, but I need to go out of town due to a family emergency. I will have limited access to email during this time, so please contact our TA Brian Canty if something urgent comes up. We will still have lecture on 4/26/2018.
- 4/3/2018: Welcome to the course website for ECE 194V - Game Theory and Multiagent Systems.
- 4/3/2018: Lecture #1. [pdf]
- 4/5/2018: Lecture #2. [pdf]
- 4/10/2018: Lecture #3. [pdf]
- 4/12/2018: Lecture #4. [pdf]
- 4/17/2018: Lecture #5. [pdf]
- 4/19/2018: Lecture #6. [pdf]
- 4/24/2018: Lecture #7. [pdf]
- 4/26/2018: Lecture #8. Finish Lecture #7. Review problems from HW #3.
- 5/1/2018: Lecture #9. [pdf]
- 5/3/2018: Lecture #10. [pdf]
- 5/8/2018: Lecture #11. [pdf]
- 5/15/2018: Lecture #12. [pdf]
- 5/17/2018: Lecture #13. [pdf]
- 5/22/2018: Lecture #14. [pdf]
- 5/24/2018: Lecture #15. [pdf]
- 5/29/2018: Lecture #16. [pdf]
- 5/31/2018: Lecture #17. [pdf]
- 6/5/2018: Lecture #18. Finish lecture #17, followed by [pdf]
- 6/7/2018: Lecture #19. Finish lecture #18
- 4/3/2018: Matlab Tutorial. [pdf]
- 4/5/2018: Homework #1 (due 4/12/2018 at beginning of class). [pdf] [solutions]
- Video Solutions: [Question #2]
- 4/12/2018: Homework #2 (due 4/19/2018 at beginning of class). [pdf] [solutions]
- 4/19/2018: Homework #3 (due 4/26/2018 at beginning of class). [pdf] [solutions]
- Video Solutions: [Question #2]
- 4/30/2018: Homework #4 (due 5/8/2018 at beginning of class). [pdf] [solutions]
- Video Solutions: [Question #3]
- 5/15/2018: Homework #5 (due 5/22/2018 at beginning of class). [pdf] [solutions]
- Video Solutions: [Question #5]
- 5/23/2018: Homework #6 (due 5/31/2018 at beginning of class). [pdf] [solutions]
- 5/31/2018: Homework #7 (due 6/7/2018 at beginning of class). [pdf] [solutions]
- Homework Policy: Collaboration is fine, however each person must submit their own copy of the homework. To complete the HW you can use lecture notes and the text. You are not permitted to use alternative sources of information such as the internet or alternative texts/lecture notes.
- Computer Programs: Feel free to write code in any language you desire. Do not print out your code for submission. Please just print out screen shot of your code with the solution of the test cases. A submission site for your code will be posted on the website.