Algorithmic Game Theory
by Noam Nisan, at al.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2007
Number of pages: 775
The subject matter of Algorithmic Game Theory covers many of the hottest area of useful new game theory research, introducing deep new problems, techniques, and perspectives that demand the attention of economists as well as computer scientists. The all-star list of author-contributors makes this book the best place for newcomers to begin their studies.
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