Thesis of Guido Lena Cota

Game Theoretical Models for Process Representation and Analysis

Defense date: 31/08/2017

Advisor: Lionel Brunie
Coadvisor: Sonia Ben Mokhtar


The project aims to support selfishness prevention in collaborative protocols design. Selfish agents have interest in deviating from the protocol to increase personal benefit, harmfully affecting goals and performance of the system.
We propose both a theoretical framework and an application design environment to assist the designer in developing a selfishness-aware collaborative protocol, by a semi-automatic and game-theoretical approach.