Project level: Honours, Summer

Stochastic game theory is the study of strategic interactions between actors in an environment where their payoffs are affected by the actions of all players in the past.

In this project, you will investigate in simulation simple models for stochastic network games, where the environment is a network (for example of companies) that may either compete or cooperate. Some experience with simulation or programming is essential, and background in stochastic processes or probability is preferred. 

Project members

Dr Thomas Taimre

Senior Lecturer in Statistics
School of Mathematics and Physics