Speaker: Chen Xiaojie (Professor, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China)
Time: Nov. 17 (Friday), 11:00
Venue: Room 108, Laboratory Building, Haiyun Campus
Abstract: Evolutionary game theory has been widely used for studying how cooperation emerges in a population of rational individuals. In the context of evolutionary game theory, the incentive strategies including punishments and rewards are extensively incorporated to regulate individual behaviors. How to analyze and control such evolutionary game systems with incentive strategies has attracted considerable attention in recent years. In this presentation, I will first provide an overview of several hot topics in this research area, and then introduce our recent works about the analysis and control of evolutionary games with incentive strategies.