Josh Letchford
Department of Computer Science
Duke University
Phone: (919) 660-6589
Office: D330 LSRC
Email: jcl [at] cs [dot] duke [dot] edu

Research Interests: Game Theory, Solution Concepts, Stackelberg Games, Games on Networks.

PUBLICATIONS

Joshua Letchford and Vincent Conitzer. Solving Security Games on Graphs via Marginal Probabilities. To appear in the 27th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-13), Bellevue, Washington, USA, 2013.

Joshua Letchford and Yevgeniy Vorobeychik. Optimal Interdiction of Attack Plans. In Twelfth International Conference on Automonous Agents and Multiagent Systems(AAMAS-13), St. Paul, MN, 2013.

Joshua Letchford and Yevgeniy Vorobeychik. Computing Optimal Security Strategies for Interdependent Assets. In Proceedings of the conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence(UAI-12), Catalina Island, CA, 2012. Appendix.

Joshua Letchford, Liam MacDermed, Vincent Conitzer, Ronald Parr, and Charles Isbell. Computing Optimal Strategies to Commit to in Stochastic Games. In Proceedings of the 26th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-12), Toronto, ON, Canada, 2012.

Vincent Conitzer, Nicole Immorlica, Joshua Letchford, Kamesh Munagala, and Liad Wagman. False-Name-Proofness in Social Networks. In the Sixth Workshop on Internet and Network Economics (WINE-10), pp. 209-221, Stanford, CA, 2010.

Joshua Letchford and Vincent Conitzer. Computing Optimal Strategies to Commit to in Extensive-Form Games. In Proceedings of the Eleventh ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce (EC-10), pp. 83-92, Cambridge, MA, USA, 2010.

Joshua Letchford, Vincent Conitzer, and Kamesh Munagala. Learning and Approximating the Optimal Strategy to Commit To. In the Second International Symposium on Algorithmic Game Theory (SAGT-09), pp. 250-262, Paphos, Cyprus, 2009. Full version with appendices.

Joshua Letchford, Vincent Conitzer, and Kamal Jain. An "Ethical" Game-Theoretic Solution Concept for Two-Player Perfect-Information Games. In Proceedings of the Fourth Workshop on Internet and Network Economics (WINE-08), pp. 696-707, Shanghai, China, 2008. Full version with appendices.