Multi-Agent Systems
IIITB's Course group for Multi-Agent Systems course. Taught by Prof. Srinath Srinivasa.

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Gaurav Koley's master's thesis on computational model for social capital, based on two factors: engagement and belief revision

This is the mandate 2 contribution for the multi-agent course.

This is a seminar presentation on Prospect Theory as a mandate-2 contribution by Rachit Jain(IMT2015034) and Pranav Aggarwal(IMT2015517).

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A talk on Gratia presented at the WSL Research talk meet in December 2018

  • Network Science and its applications
  • Networks versus graphs
  • Network Science for the Web
  • Models of the Web
  • Introductio...

Although regular graphs have a long history, some of their properties such as diameter, symmetry, extensibility and resilience do not seem to have receive...

Presentation for Final Project Review for Project Gratia for the Spring 2018 Semester.

Automated negotiation is an important class of problem that has wide reaching application in the real world. While a lot of work has been done in Agent-Ag...

A nation-state is a geopolitical entity with the cultural entity of a nation, from which it aims to derive its political legitimacy to rule. A few key fea...


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Srinath Srinivasa Srinath Srinivasa

Srinath Srinivasa heads the Web Science lab and is the Dean (R&D) at IIIT Bangalore, India. Srinath holds a Ph.D (magna cum laude) from the Berlin Brandenb...

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