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Stackelberg security games: Computing the shortest-path equilibrium
In this paper we consider a game theory approach for representing a real-world attacker–defender Stackelberg security game. In this novel approach the behavior of an ergodic system (repeated stochastic Markov chain game) ...
Learning computer programming through game playing
In this paper we present an approach for teaching and learning Computer Programming through game playing. This activity is intended to complement traditional teaching of concepts. The focus is on building program comprehension ...
Practising Arithmetic Using Educational Video Games with an Interpersonal Computer
(Ieee Computer Soc, Learning Technology Task Force, 2015)
CONVERGENCE METHOD, PROPERTIES AND COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY FOR LYAPUNOV GAMES
(International Journal of applied mathematics and computer science, Vol. 21, No. 2, 2011)
We introduce the concept of a Lyapunov game as a subclass of strictly dominated games and potential games. The advantage of this approach is that every ergodic system (repeated game) can be represented by a Lyapunov-like ...
DYNAMICS OF REVERSE SALIENCE AS TECHNOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE GAP: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE PERSONAL COMPUTERTECHNOLOGY SYSTEM
(Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Facultad de Economía y Negocios, 2008)
Solving Stackelberg Security Games For Multiple Defenders and Multiple Attackers
In the last years, there has been a substantial effort in the application of Stackelberg game-theoretic approaches in the security arena, in which security agencies implement patrols and checkpoints to protect targets ...
Mobile audio games accessibility evaluation for users who are blind
Digital games have become increasingly popular for both entertainment and education purposes. However, making these games universal and accessible poses a challenge for interface designers and game developers, since they ...