Lecture: 2.01.5104 Game Theory in Energy Systems - Details

Lecture: 2.01.5104 Game Theory in Energy Systems - Details

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Course name Lecture: 2.01.5104 Game Theory in Energy Systems
Subtitle inf5104
Course number 2.01.5104
Semester SoSe2024
Current number of participants 40
expected number of participants 25
Home institute Department of Computing Science
Courses type Lecture in category Teaching
Next date Monday, 29.07.2024 08:00 - 18:00, Room: A05 1-160
Type/Form V+Ü
Lehrsprache deutsch und englisch

Rooms and times

A05 1-160
Monday, 29.07.2024 - Friday, 02.08.2024, Monday, 05.08.2024 - Friday, 09.08.2024 08:00 - 18:00

Comment/Description

In this module, theoretical concepts from game theory are prepared and presented with connections to the application in cyber-physical energy systems (CPES).

Fundamental concepts are discussed using easy-to-follow examples.

These are:

Game theory and decision theory
Interdependencies
Cooperative and non-cooperative game theory
Utility, discrete and continuous strategy, dominant strategy
Axioms of game theory
Theorems of game theory
Solution concepts for games, e.g. iterated elimination, backward induction
Multi-step and repeated games
Partial game perfection
Discont factor
Mechanims design, markets and auctions

In CPES-application examples, references are made to distributed artificial intelligence and multi-agent systems, strategy learning, and operating in markets in energy applications