[ecoop-info] CFP: GameNets 2011 (Extended Deadline: Dec 6, 2010)

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Sat Nov 27 07:08:08 CET 2010

                      GAMENETS 2011
2nd International ICST Conference on Game Theory for Networks
          16-18 April 2011, Shanghai, China



Sponsored by ICST
Technically co-sponsored by CREATE-NET



Game theory provides a formal mathematical framework to study complex
interactions among interdependent rational players. For more than half a
century, game theory has led to revolutionary developments in economics and
has also found important applications in politics, sociology, psychology,
engineering, and transportation. This conference will bring together
researchers who apply game theory to analyze, design, and assess the
performance of networks. Both the application of game theory to networking
problems and the development of new game-theoretic methodologies that can be
applied in that context are of interest.

GAMENETS 2011 will bring together researchers who apply game theory to
analyze, design, and assess the performance of networks.



Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
Distributed network resource allocation
Trust and reputation management
Security assessment and enhancement
Dynamic spectrum assignment and management
Cognitive radio networks
Dynamic topology formation in networks
Incentives for cooperation in networks
Node mobility and route adaptation
Fairness in forwarding and medium access
Peer-to-peer and overlay networks
Network pricing
Multiple service provider interactions
Powerline communication networks
Electrical power networks
Formation of social networks
Biological networks
Biologically-inspired network design
Applicability and limitations of game theory in the networking domain
Algorithmic game theory
Equilibrium selection among multiple equilibria
Paradigms of bounded rationality and consequences
S-modular and potential games
Price of anarchy
Games of imperfect or asymmetric information
Learning mechanisms in games
Computation of Nash, correlated, and market equilibria
Preference elicitation and winner determination in combinatorial auctions
Stackelberg games
Cooperative game theoretical models
Multi-stage and repeated games
Mechanism design
Evolutionary games in wireless networks


Accepted papers will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes of the
Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications
Engineering (LNICST) series.



Workshop proposals focusing on new research challenges and initiatives on
specific topics in game theory for networks and related areas are solicited.
For more information please visit http://www.gamenets.org/cfp_workshop.shtml

Submission of workshop proposals: 15 November 2010



Papers due: *Dec 6 , 2010(deadline extension*)
Notification of paper acceptance: 28 January 2011
Submission of camera-ready papers: 25 February 2011



General Co-Chairs
Athanasios V. Vasilakos, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Xinbing Wang, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China

TPC Co-Chairs
Rajgopal Kannan, Louisiana State University, USA
Rahul Jain, University of Southern California, USA

For a complete list of committee and board members, please visit
http://www.gamenets.org/ <http://www.gamenets.org/committees.shtml>
committees.shtml <http://www.gamenets.org/committees.shtml>
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