(March 11, 2009) Tim Roughgarden talks about algorithmic game theory and illustrates two of the main themes in the field via specific examples: performance guarantees for systems with autonomous users, illustrated by selfish routing in communication networks; and algorithmic mechanism design, illustrated by auctions for sponsored search.
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