In the security domain, we are concerned with protecting resources from known or potential adversaries, who we assume may themselves possess sophisticated reasoning capacity. Viewed this way, the problem is to develop strategies for security games, choosing policies based on assessments of the capabilities, knowledge, and objectives of adversaries, recognizing that they may also be considering our own objectives, capabilities, and knowledge.

Our work addresses scenarios in cyber-security, where both attacker and defender may employ adaptive strategies in complex networked environments.

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