- [December 2009] The CPRG has released a new paper: Strategy Grafting in Extensive Games, that appeared at NIPS 2009 in December. The technique in this paper aims to distribute the process of solving equilibria in extensive games. This allows the computation to use the memory resources of multiple machines resulting in solutions in larger strategy spaces.
- [March 2009] The CPRG has just released a new paper: Data Biased Robust Counter Strategies, to appear at AISTATS 2009 in April. The technique in this paper is similar to the Restricted Nash Response technique we published recently. The new technique is much more effective for building counter strategies when you only have a limited set of observations of an opponent, instead of directly knowing the opponent's strategy.