Title: Game Theory for Cyber Deception
A Tutorial at 2018 Conference on Decision and Game Theory for Security (GameSec 2018)
Seattle, WA, USA, on October 29 – 31, 2018
Speaker: Branislav Bošanský, Czech Technical University
Abstract: Dynamic games model scenarios and situations that evolve over time, players act in turns, and they are able to observe and react to (partial) information about the environment and the other player(s). In recent years, there have been significant new advancements in algorithms for solving (mainly) strictly competitive (zero-sum) dynamic games. This tutorial defines two main classes for discrete dynamic games — extensive-form games and partially observable stochastic games — and describes main algorithms for solving these games.
Presentation Slides: Downloadable from here.