Universität Bonn

Department of Economics

Micro Theory Seminar

Eva Tardos (Cornell University) 07.11.2022

Over the last two decades we have developed good understanding how to quantify the impact of strategic user behavior on outcomes in many games (including traffic routing and online auctions) and showed that the resulting bounds extend to repeated games assuming players use a form of no-regret learning to adapt to the environment. Unfortunately, these results do not apply when outcomes in one round effect the game in the future, as is the case in many applications. In this talk, we study this phenomenon in the context of a game modeling queuing systems: routers compete for servers, where packets that do not get served need to be resent, resulting in a system where the number of packets at each round depends on the success of the routers in the previous rounds. In joint work with Jason Gaitonde, we analyze the resulting highly dependent random process. [...]
Monday, 07.11.22 - 04:30 PM - 05:45 PM
Stability and Learning in Strategic Queueing Systems
Juridicum, Faculty Meeting Room
not required
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