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Multi-Agent Systems for Computational Economics and Finance

by   Michael Kampouridis, et al.
University of Essex

In this article we survey the main research topics of our group at the University of Essex. Our research interests lie at the intersection of theoretical computer science, artificial intelligence, and economic theory. In particular, we focus on the design and analysis of mechanisms for systems involving multiple strategic agents, both from a theoretical and an applied perspective. We present an overview of our group's activities, as well as its members, and then discuss in detail past, present, and future work in multi-agent systems.


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