Welcome to the Teamcore Research Group.
The Teamcore group's roots are in Artificial Intelligence and within that on multiple interacting agents and computational game theory: our research focuses on challenges of planning, learning, coordination for intelligent agents or teams or networks acting in friendly or adversarial settings. Our emphasis is working on problems driven by real-world needs and real-world data in security and sustainability.
Our research is in REAL-WORLD use to optimize security deployments, for protecting ports, airports, wildlife, fisheries and so on, here in the United States and in other countries. This includes the PROTECT system deployed by the US Coast Guard in a number of ports nationwide for planning effective randomized patrols, IRIS by the Federal Air Marshals service, ARMOR by the LAX airport and others.
Exploring Information Asymmetry in Two-Stage Security Games
Published In: AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI). Authors: H. Xu, Z. Rabinovich, S. Dughmi and Milind TambeDetails
Multi-agent Team Formation: Solving Complex Problems by Aggregating Opinions
Published In: Proceedings of the 29th Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI 2015), Texas, USA, January 2015. (Doctoral Consortium). Authors: L. S. MarcolinoDetails
Combining Compact Representation and Incremental Generation in Large Games with Sequential Strategies
Published In: AAAI conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI). Springer. Authors: B. Bosansky, A. Jiang, M. Tambe, C. KiekintveldDetails
Preventing HIV Spread in Homeless Populations Using PSINET
Published In: Proceedings of the Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI) 2015. Authors: Amulya Yadav, Leandro Marcolino, Eric Rice, Robin Petering, Hailey Winetrobe, Harmony Rhoades, Milind Tambe, Heather CarmichaelDetails