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  • Markets and Computation: Agorics Open Systems 1/26/00 Who points to it? 22 - Mark Miller and Eric Drexler, in "The Ecology of Computation", BernardoHuberman (ed.) Elsevier Science Publishers/North-Holland, 1988. Like all systems involving goals, resources, and actions, computation can be viewed in economic terms. This paperexamines markets as a model for computation and proposes a framework--agoric systems--for applying the powerof market mechanisms to the software domain. It then explores the consequences of this model and outlines initialmarket strategies.

  • Game Theory: An Introductory Sketch 1/23/00 Who points to it? 54 - Roger A. McCain (Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)maintains a web site titled "Game Theory: An Introductory Sketch" which provides a readable elementaryexposition of basic game theory principles for non-specialists.

  • Agent-Based Computational Economics: A Brief Guide to the Literature 1/23/00 Who points to it? 24 - Leigh Tesfatsion, "Agent-Based Computational Economics: A Brief Guide to the Literature" (ps,82K),Discussion Paper, Economics Department, Iowa State University, January 2000, prepared for the Reader'sGuide to the Social Sciences, Fitzroy-Dearborn, London, UK.

  • A Course in Game Theory 3/17/01 Who points to it? 40 - A Course in Game Theory by Martin J. Osborne and Ariel

  • Game Theory 3/17/01 Who points to it? 19 - A concise article on Game Theory from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

  • Game theory as defined in Principia Cybernetica 3/17/01 Who points to it? 19 - A short article defining game theory from Principia Cybernetica.

  • Prosperity through punishment 1/11/02 Who points to it? 18 - Cooperation canflourish if thepublic-spiritedmajority can punishfreeloaders, say Swisseconomists. Peoplewill pay to punish -suggesting that theirnotions of fairnessoutweigh selfishconsiderations. Thework may helpexplain why peoplecooperate in society.

  • Game Theory .net - Resource for educators and students 1/21/02 Who points to it? 19 - A resource for educators and students of game theory.The site contains lecture notes, links to text books, and interactive applets and games.A number of the lecture notes and texts are oriented at computer science.

  • Grand Coalition 8/14/02 Who points to it? 21 - The Grand Coalition web site provides information and resources about research in cooperativeand noncooperative game theory with an emphasis on coalition formation. (ACE News)

  • didactic web-based game theory site 12/20/02 Who points to it? 27 - The "didactic web-based experiments in game theory" site provides the teachers of basic game theory courses with free user-friendly didactic tools for conducting web-based thought experiments. (ACENews)

  • Gambit Game Theory Analysis Software and Tools 12/20/02 Who points to it? 25 - Gambit is a library of game theory software and tools for the construction and analysis of finite extensive and normal form games. (ACENews)

  • Social Science at 190 MPH on NASCAR's Biggest Superspeedways 2/25/03 Who points to it? 26 - This article discusses NASCAR racing in terms of game theory and social network analysis.

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