Dr. Hasan Mahmood
Room 11, Department of Electronics (IT building)
email: hasan@qau.edu.pk
Tel: 051-9064-3132

Location: Department of Electronics, IT building Room 6

Class Schedule:
Wednesday:      9:00 am-10:30 am
Thursday:          9:00 am-10:30 am

Game Theory, EL-766

Listed below are some suggested papers for the class presentation. Please select one paper that you plan to present in the class.
You can also search the Internet for the latest papers, i.e., for  the years 2014 and 2015. You are encouraged to choose 
papers published in last four years. Please avoid selection papers that are too long or very short! 

Once you have selected the paper, please inform me by email so that I can approve your paper and update the website. The deadline
to select your paper is October 29, 2015. 

1. A Bayesian game approach for intrusion detection in wireless ad hoc networks
2. A Belief Evaluation Framework in Autonomous MANETs under Noisy and Imperfect Observation Vulnerability Analysis and Cooperation Enforcement
3. A Collusion-Resistant Routing Scheme for Noncooperative Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
4. A Distributed Power-Allocation and Signal-Shaping Game for the Competitively Optimal Throughput-Maximization of Multiple-Antenna ad Networks
5. A Fair MAC Protocol for IEEE 802.11-Based Ad Hoc Networks Design and Implementation
6. A game theoretic analysis of distributed power control for spread spectrum ad hoc networks
7. A Game Theoretic Approach for Simultaneous Compaction and Equipartitioning of Spatial Data Sets
8. A game theoretic approach to modeling intrusion detection in mobile ad hoc networks
9. A game theoretic approach to provide incentive and service differentiation in P2P networks
10. A game theoretic formulation for intrusion detection in mobile ad hoc networks
11. A Game Theoretical Approach to Distributed Relay Selection in Randomized Cooperation
12. A game theoretical approach to evaluate cooperation enforcement mechanisms in mobile ad hoc networks
13. A Game Theoretical Approach to the Management of Transmission Selection Scheme in Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks
14. A Game Theoretical Framework for Dynamic Pricing-Based Routing in Self-Organized MANETs
15. A game-theoretic analysis on the conditions of cooperation in a wireless ad hoc network

16. A Game-Theoretic Framework for Congestion Control in General Topology Networks
17. A game-theoretic framework for interference avoidance in ad hoc networks
18. A game-theoretic intrusion detection model for mobile ad hoc networks
19. A Game-theoretic MAC Protocol for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
20. A Game-Theoretic Study of CSMA-CA Under a Backoff Attack
21. A novel topology-blind fair medium access control for wireless LAN and ad hoc networks
22. A scalable collusion-resistant multi-winner cognitive spectrum auction game
23. a sender-centric truthful and energy-efficient routing protocol for ad hoc networks with selfish nodes
24. A Survey on Intrusion Detection in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
25. a truthful and cost-efficient routing protocol for mobile ad hoc networks with selfish agents
26. A utility-based joint power and rate adaptive algorithm in wireless ad hoc networks
27. Adaptive channel allocation spectrum etiquette for cognitive radio networks
28. Advanced Wireless Networks 4G Technologies
29. Allocate fair payoff for cooperation in wireless ad hoc networks using Shapley Value
30. An analytical approach to the study of cooperation in wireless ad hoc networks

31. An optimal dynamic pricing framework for autonomous mobile ad hoc networks
32. Analysis of coalition formation and cooperation strategies in mobile ad hoc networks
33. Analysis of Packet Relaying Models and Incentive Strategies in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks with Game Theory
34. Applications of game theory in ad hoc networks
35. Asynchronous distributed power and rate control in ad hoc networks a game-theoretic approach
36. Attack and Flee Game-Theory-Based Analysis on Interactions Among Nodes in MANETs
37. Coalition games with cooperative transmission a cure for the curse of boundary nodes in selfish packet-forwarding wireless networks
38. Cognitive radio ad hoc networks
39. Collaborative networks a new scientific discipline
40. Communication-Aware Position Control for Mobile Nodes in Vehicular Networks
41. Convex Optimization, Game Theory, and Variational Inequality Theory
42. Cooperation diversity in multihop wireless networks using opportunistic driven multiple access
43. Cooperation Enforcement and Learning for Optimizing Packet Forwarding in Autonomous Wireless Networks
44. Cooperation in wireless ad hoc networks
45. Cooperation techniques for wireless systems from a networking perspective

46. Core capacity of wireless ad hoc networks
47. Design challenges for energy-constrained ad hoc wireless networks
48. Detection and prevention of MAC layer misbehavior in ad hoc networks
49. Distributed and adaptive reputation mechanism for wireless ad-hoc networks
50. Distributed interference compensation for wireless networks
51. Distributed Opportunistic Scheduling for Ad Hoc Networks With Random Access An Optimal Stopping Approach
52. Distributed opportunistic scheduling for ad-hoc communications an optimal stopping approach
53. Effect of Selfish Node Behavior on Efficient Topology Design
54. Efficient signal proportional allocation (ESPA) mechanisms decentralized social welfare maximization for divisible resources
55. Emergence of cooperation and organization in an evolutionary game
56. Energy efficiency of ad hoc wireless networks with selfish users
57. Energy-Efficient Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks
58. Enforcing service availability in mobile ad-hoc WANs
59. Equilibria in Topology Control Games for Ad Hoc Networks
60. Equilibrium Analysis of Packet Forwarding Strategies in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks – The Static Case

61. Establishing trust in pure ad-hoc networks
62. Experiences applying game theory to system design
63. Experimental evaluation of game theoretic power allocation in MIMO ad-hoc networks
64. Fair bandwidth sharing algorithms based on game theory frameworks for wireless ad-hoc networks
65. Fair power control for wireless ad hoc networks using game theory with pricing scheme
66. Game Theoretic Analysis of Cooperation Stimulation and Security in Autonomous Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
67. Game theoretic approach for channel assignment and power control with no-internal-regret learning in wireless ad hoc networks
68. Game theory models for IEEE 802.11 DCF in wireless ad hoc networks
69. Game-Theoretic Approach for Improving Cooperation in Wireless Multihop Networks
70. General Auction-Theoretic Strategies for Distributed Partner Selection in Cooperative Wireless Networks
71. Hedonic Coalition Formation for Distributed Task Allocation among Wireless Agents
72. IEEE Radio Communications Components, Systems, and Networks
73. Interference avoidance in networks with distributed receivers
74. Intrusion detection in sensor networks a non-cooperative game approach
75. Layering as Optimization Decomposition A Mathematical Theory of Network Architectures

76. Localized construction of bounded degree and planar spanner for wireless ad hoc networks
77. Low-cost routing in selfish and rational wireless ad hoc networks
78. Making Greed Work in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
79. Market sharing games applied to content distribution in ad hoc networks
80. Mobile ad hoc networking imperatives and challenges
81. Why VCG auctions can hardly be applied to the pricing of inter-domain and ad hoc networks
82. Modeling cooperation in mobile ad hoc networks a formal description of selfishness
83. Modeling the Dynamics of Coalition Formation Games for Cooperative Spectrum Sharing in an Interference Channel
84. Modelling routing in wireless ad hoc networks with dynamic Bayesian games
85. Multiradio Channel Allocation in Multihop Wireless Networks
86. Nash equilibria of packet forwarding strategies in wireless ad hoc networks
87. Natural cooperation in wireless networks
88. Node participation in ad hoc and peer-to-peer networks  A game-theoretic formulation
89. Nodes bearing grudges towards routing security, fairness, and robustness in mobile ad hoc networks
90. Noncooperative Eigencoding for MIMO Ad hoc Networks

91. Non-cooperative Forwarding in Ad-Hoc NetworksNoncooperative iterative MMSE beamforming algorithms for ad hoc networks
92. Non-Cooperative Power Control for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks with Repeated Games
93. On Cheating in CSMA-CA Ad Hoc Networks
94. On cooperation in energy efficient wireless networks the role of altruistic nodes
95. On designing collusion-resistant routing schemes for non-cooperative wireless ad hoc networks
96. On designing incentive-compatible routing and forwarding protocols in wireless ad-hoc networks
97. Optimal Linear Precoding Strategies for Wideband Noncooperative Systems Based on Game Theory—Part I Nash Equilibria
98. Play alone or together - truthful and efficient routing in wireless ad hoc networks with selfish nodes
99. Power Management in MIMO Ad Hoc Networks A Game-Theoretic Approach
100. Preventing dos attacks in wireless sensor networks A repeated game theory approach
101. Pricing for enabling forwarding in self-configuring ad hoc networks
102. QoS assurances through class selection and proportional differentiation in wireless networks
103. Robust incentive techniques for peer-to-peer networks
104. Secure Cooperation in Autonomous Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks Under Noise and Imperfect Monitoring A Game-Theoretic Approach
105. Securing Cooperative Ad-Hoc Networks Under Noise and Imperfect Monitoring Strategies and Game Theoretic Analysis

106. Security Games for Vehicular Networks
107. Selfishness, Not Always A Nightmare Modeling Selfish MAC Behaviors in Wireless Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
108. Spectrum Leasing to Cooperating Secondary Ad Hoc Networks
109. Spectrum Sharing Between Wireless NetworksSprite a simple, cheat-proof, credit-based system for mobile ad-hoc networks
110. Stimulating Cooperation in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks A Coalitional Game Theoretic Approach
111. Stimulating Cooperative Diversity in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks through Pricing
112. Strategy proof trust management in wireless ad hoc network
113. supporting dynamic power controlled routing in wireless ad hoc networks
114. The COMMIT Protocol for Truthful and Cost-Efficient Routing in Ad Hoc Networks with Selfish Nodes
115. The Effect of Fading, Channel Inversion, and Threshold Scheduling on Ad Hoc Networks
116. The role of game theory in the analysis of software radio networks
117. Towards A Game Theoretic Understanding of Ad-Hoc Routing
118. Using game theory to analyze wireless ad hoc networks
119. Using incompletely cooperative game theory in mobile ad hoc networks
120. Why does it pay to be selfish in a MANET

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