Projects: Stefan Forcey, students and collaborators.
Game theory for environmental protection.
Paper: When does compromise prevent more pollution?
(with C. Clemons, J. Cossey, M. Ferrara, T. Norfolk, G. Obeng, D. Ricciardi, G. Young)
Notices of the A.M.S, 59(9), pp 1223-1234, 2012.
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Use excel to find games for the examples in the above paper.
D. Crawford's thesis: Minimizing Pollution Through Semi-Antagonistic Equilibrium Points.
A. Fernandes's thesis: A Carbon Credits Game, under advisor Jerzy Filar.
New work with Joe Johnson and Francesco Renna: A sequential game with monitoring.
Use excel to find games for the case of optional monitoring, after the fact.
Use wolfram alpha to solve for the four percentages in mixed equilibria.
Application to food safety:
G. Obeng's thesis.
Ideas about polyhexes, benzene, and the composihedron.