Martin Zinkevich

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Martin Zinkevich
Martin Zinkevich

Martin Zinkevich is a NSF Graduate Research Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University where he earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science under Avrim Blum. At CMU, his research focused on the foundations of multi-agent learning. Afterwards, he worked with Amy Greenwald at Brown University and Michael Littman at Rutgers University on understanding multi-agent Q-learning. Martin was an AICML Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Alberta, where, among other projects, he was considering how to apply multi-agent techniques to the analysis and play of poker. At present, Martin is Research Scientist at Yahoo! Inc.

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  • M. Zinkevich, M. Bowling, M. Johanson, C. Piccione. "Regret Minimization in Games with Incomplete Information". NIPS 2007. [1]
  • Martin Zinkevich, all publications [2]
  • Martin Zinkevich @ Yahoo Research
  • Home page [3]
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