Instructor
Wiedenbeck

Game theory studies interactions among multiple agents and uses mathematical modeling of incentives to predict how rational decision-makers will behave. This course focuses on computational aspects of game theory, including model construction, equilibrium computation, and mechanism design. Techniques used include algorithm design, complexity analysis, and data structures.

Satisfies Mathematics major and minor requirement
Satisfies Computer Science major and minor requirement

Prerequisites
CSC 221 and CSC/MAT 220, or permission of instructor required

 

Class Details
Course CSC 383
Section 0
CRN 20141
Time M W F
Time 1200 - 1250pm
Building 3084 CHAM
Instructor Jonad Pulaj
Notes
Max 24
Current 0
Remaining 24
Semester Spring 2022