CMPS166B: Game Theory and Applications II

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Explores research frontiers in game theory, emphasizing applications in social science, biology and engineering. Interdisciplinary teams of students will develop a topic, and present it to the class in a series of oral and written reports and demonstrations. Students must have shown a strong performance in course 166A or equivalent. Students cannot receive credit for this course and Economics 272, Computer Science 272, or Biology: Ecology and Evolutionary 274. (Also offered as Biology: Ecology & Evolutionary 176B. Students cannot receive credit for both courses.) Prerequisite(s): course 166A, Economics 166A, or Biology: Ecology and Evolutionary 166A; satisfaction of the Entry Level Writing and Composition requirements. Enrollment restricted to juniors and seniors. Enrollment limited to 40. (General Education Code(s): W.) The Staff, D. Friedman, B. Sinervo

5 Credits

YearFallWinterSpringSummer
2016-17
2015-16
2014-15
2012-13
2011-12
  • Section 01
    Manfred Warmuth (manfred)
    Barry Sinervo (sinervo)
    Daniel Friedman (dan)
2009-10
  • Section 01
    bsinervo 7787 (bsinervo 7787)
    Daniel Friedman (dan)
2008-09

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