
Control of Agreement and Disagreement Cascades with Distributed Inputs
For a group of autonomous communicating agents, the ability to distingui...
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Distributed Bandits: Probabilistic Communication on dregular Graphs
We study the decentralized multiagent multiarmed bandit problem for ag...
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Hamiltonian QLearning: Leveraging Importancesampling for Data Efficient RL
Modelfree reinforcement learning (RL), in particular Qlearning is wide...
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LagNetViP: A Lagrangian Neural Network for Video Prediction
The dominant paradigms for video prediction rely on opaque transition mo...
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Influence Spread in the Heterogeneous Multiplex Linear Threshold Model
The linear threshold model (LTM) has been used to study spread on single...
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Unsupervised Learning of Lagrangian Dynamics from Images for Prediction and Control
Recent approaches for modelling dynamics of physical systems with neural...
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Distributed Learning: Sequential Decision Making in ResourceConstrained Environments
We study costeffective communication strategies that can be used to imp...
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A Dynamic Observation Strategy for Multiagent Multiarmed Bandit Problem
We define and analyze a multiagent multiarmed bandit problem in which ...
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Distributed Cooperative Decision Making in Multiagent Multiarmed Bandits
We study a distributed decisionmaking problem in which multiple agents ...
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Heterogeneous Stochastic Interactions for Multiple Agents in a Multiarmed Bandit Problem
We define and analyze a multiagent multiarmed bandit problem in which ...
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Satisficing in multiarmed bandit problems
Satisficing is a relaxation of maximizing and allows for less risky deci...
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On Distributed Cooperative DecisionMaking in Multiarmed Bandits
We study the exploreexploit tradeoff in distributed cooperative decisio...
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Correlated Multiarmed Bandit Problem: Bayesian Algorithms and Regret Analysis
We consider the correlated multiarmed bandit (MAB) problem in which the ...
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Naomi Ehrich Leonard
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Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University, Edwin S. Wilsey Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University, Director of the Princeton Council on Science and Technology and an associated faculty member in the Program in Applied & Computational Mathematics, Princeton Neuroscience Institute, and the Program in Quantitative and Computational Biology.