Following is a list of the papers I have submitted for publication. My primary research interest is in the theoretical aspects of multiagent learning. Multiagent learning diverges most from single agent learning when the agents involved have different goals and desires. Hence, the theoretical aspects of multiagent learning this field can greatly benefit from studying and extending the field of game theory. However, because learning inherently implies some aspect of suboptimality, theoreticians in multiagent learning should not allow themselves to be restricted to the study of Nash equilibria, but should attempt to guarantee results with regards to interacting both with rational and irrational agents.

The following are works in progress:

Martin Zinkevich