Arjita Ghosh

Arjita Ghosh
University of Tulsa · Department of Mathematics

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In contrast to classical game theoretic analysis of simultaneous and sequential play in bimatrix games, Steven Brams has proposed an alternative framework called the Theory of Moves (TOM) where players can choose their initial actions and then, in alternating turns, decide to shift or not from its current action. A backward induction process is use...
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Intrusion detection for computer systems is a key problem in today’s networked society. Current distributed intrusion detection systems (IDSs) are not fully distributed as most of them centrally analyze data collected from distributed nodes resulting in a single point of failure. Increasingly, researchers are focusing on distributed IDSs to circumv...
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Thesis (M.S.)--University of Tulsa, 2004. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 42-46).
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In contrast to classical game theoretic analysis of simulta-neous and sequential play in bimatrix games, Steven Brams has proposed an alternative framework called the Theory of Moves (TOM) where players can choose their initial actions and then, in alternating turns, decide to shift or not from its current action. A backward induction process is us...

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