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By Martin Gairing, Rahul Savani

This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the ninth foreign Symposium on Algorithmic video game thought, SAGT 2016, held in Liverpool, united kingdom, in September 2016.The 26 complete papers offered including 2 one-page abstracts have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from sixty two submissions.
The permitted submissions hide quite a few vital aspectsof algorithmic video game conception equivalent to computational facets of video games, congestion video games and networks, matching and balloting, auctions and markets, and mechanism design.

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Every additively separable symmetric Hedonic games has a Nash equilibrium but it is PLS-complete to compute one [8]. Coloring games are a strict subclass where the local-search algorithm terminates on a Nash equilibrium within a polynomial number of steps. We will go one step further by considering their parallel complexity, something we think we are the first to study. In [4], they introduced a distributed algorithm in order to compute the Nash equilibrium of a given coloring game. Their algorithm is a natural variation of the classical local-search algorithm for the problem, however, it does not speed up the computation of equilibria (at least theoretically).

If an exact equilibrium does not exist, then our algorithm either finds an -equilibrium or reports that the game does not have an exact equilibrium. We will utilize the following theorem that was recently proved by Barman [4]. Theorem 2 (Barman [4]). Given a set of vectors X = {x1 , x2 , . . , xn } ⊂ Rd , let conv(X) denote the convex hull of X. Furthermore, let γ := maxx∈X x p for some 2 ≤ p < ∞. For every > 0 and every μ ∈ conv(X), there exists an 4pγ 2 uniform vector μ ∈ conv(X) such that μ − μ p ≤ .

All games that are either BR-potential or G-potential games) and call them potential games for simplicity. ), that may depend of the whole past of the algorithm. We assume that this function is weakly fair: each player appears infinitely often in the sequence of plays induced by R, almost surely. This revision function can be deterministic (for example, round-robin: R(t) = t mod N ) or random (for example, Bernoulli where the next player is chosen according to an probability distribution ρ (the revision law): ∀k ∈ N , P(R(t) = k) = ρk ).

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