Bryce Wiedenbeck
Bryce Wiedenbeck
graduate student in computer science, University of Michigan
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Scaling simulation-based game analysis through deviation-preserving reduction.
B Wiedenbeck, MP Wellman
AAMAS, 931-938, 2012
432012
Strategic formation of credit networks
P Dandekar, A Goel, MP Wellman, B Wiedenbeck
ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT) 15 (1), 1-41, 2015
422015
A regression approach for modeling games with many symmetric players
B Wiedenbeck, F Yang, M Wellman
Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence 32 (1), 2018
122018
Learning deviation payoffs in simulation-based games
S Sokota, C Ho, B Wiedenbeck
Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence 33 (01), 2173-2180, 2019
102019
Bootstrap statistics for empirical games
B Wiedenbeck, BA Cassell, MP Wellman
Proceedings of the 2014 international conference on Autonomous agents and …, 2014
102014
Learning Payoffs in Large Symmetric Games.
B Wiedenbeck, MP Wellman
AAMAS 15, 1881-1882, 2015
62015
Strategic bidding on amazon EC2
M Burgess, B Wiedenbeck
Unpublished manuscript University of Michigan, 2010
42010
Approximate game theoretic analysis for large simulation-based games
B Wiedenbeck
Proceedings of the 2014 international conference on Autonomous agents and …, 2014
32014
An empirical game-theoretic analysis of credit network formation
MP Wellman, B Wiedenbeck
2012 50th Annual Allerton Conference on Communication, Control, and …, 2012
32012
Strategic formation of credit networks: Preliminary report
P Dandekar, B Wiedenbeck, A Goel, MP Wellman
Trading Agent Design and Analysis Workshop, 2011
12011
Drawing isoglosses algorithmically
B Wiedenbeck, K La Touche
Class of 2008 Senior Conference on Computational Geometry, 22, 2008
12008
Approximate Analysis of Large Simulation-Based Games.
B Wiedenbeck
2015
Empirical Game Analysis of Strategic Formation of Credit Networks and New Methods for Finding Empirical Game Equilibria
B Wiedenbeck
2011
Replication Study: Learning and Solving Many-Player Games through a Cluster-Based Representation
B Wiedenbeck
2010
Improving Pfafstetter Watershed Labeling While Maintaining I/O-Efficiency
B Wiedenbeck
2008
STRATEGIC FORMATION OF CREDIT NETWORKS
K Pung, B Wiedenbeck
Embodying and Improving SODA
A Barlow, B Wiedenbeck
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