Title: | Algorithms, games, and the internet |

Author: | Christos Papadimitriou |

Book Tittle: | Proceedings of the thirty-third annual ACM symposium on Theory of computing |

Pages: | 749--753 |

Publisher: | ACM |

Year: | 2001 |

ISBN: | 1-58113-349-9 |

DOI: | 10.1145/380752.380883 |

Abstract: | If the Internet is the next great subject for Theoretical Com- puter Science to model and illuminate mathematically, then Game Theory, and Mathematical Economics more generally, are likely to prove useful tools. In this talk I survey some opportunities and challenges in this important frontier. |

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