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Madelyn Gatchel Passes Prelim

Madelyn Gatchel passed the CSE prelim exam, based on her directed study project titled “Learning Parameterized Families of Games”. Congratulations, Madelyn!

Learning Parameterized Families of Games

M Gatchel and B Wiedenbeck 22nd International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS), June 2023 (Forthcoming). Abstract To understand the impact of parameters in strategic environments, typical game-theoretic analysis…

Empirical Game-Theoretic Analysis for Mean Field Games

Y Wang and MP Wellman 22nd International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS), June 2023 (Forthcoming). Abstract We present a simulation-based approach for solution of mean field games (MFGs), using the framework…
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Yongzhao finishes as CSE Graduate Honors Runner-up

Yongzhao Wang was one of the runners-up from the AI lab in the lead-up to the 19th Annual CSE Graduate Honors Competition. He gave a short presentation on his research titled "Multi-Agent Learning by Iterative Refinement of Game Models" at…
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Christine Konicki defends dissertation proposal

On October 17, 2022, Christine Konicki presented and successfully defended her dissertation proposal titled "A Tree-Exploiting Approach to Empirical Game-Theoretic Analysis for Extensive-Form Games." The dissertation committee comprises: …

Solving Structured Hierarchical Games Using Differential Backward Induction

Z Li, F Jia, A Mate, S Jabbari, M Chakraborty, M Tambe, and Y Vorobeychik 38th Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI), PMLR 180: pp. 1107–1117, August 2022 Previous version presented at ICLR Workshop on Gamification…