Research

Algorithmic Game Theory

D. Liben-Nowell, A. Sharp, T. Wexler, K. Woods. Computing Shapley Value in Supermodular Coalitional Games, COCOON 2012.
R. Buehler, Z. Goldman, D. Liben-Nowell, Y. Pei, J. Quadri, S. Taggart, A. Sharp, T. Wexler, K. Woods.The Price of Civil Society, WINE 2011.
J. Davis, Z. Goldman, J. Hilty, E. Koch, D. Liben-Nowell,
A. Sharp, T. Wexler, E. Zhou. Equilibria and Efficiency Loss in Games on Networks. Internet Mathematics, 7(3):178-205, 2011.
J. Davis, D. Liben-Nowell, A. Sharp, T. Wexler. Mediated Equilibria in Load-Balancing Games. Chicago Journal of Theoretical Computer Science, 2011(5), 2001.
J. Davis, Z. Goldman, J. Hilty, E. Koch, D. Liben-Nowell,
A. Sharp, T. Wexler, E. Zhou. Equilibria and Efficiency Loss in Games on Networks, SocialCom 2009.
J. Davis, D. Liben-Nowell, A. Sharp, T. Wexler. Mediated Equilibria in Load-Balancing Games, WINE 2009.

Distance Coloring

A. Sharp. On Distance Coloring. Logic and Program Semantics: Volume 7230 of LNCS Festschrift, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 7230: 283-297, 2012.
D. Kozen, A. Sharp. On Distance Coloring. Cornell Technical Report TR2007-2084.
A. Sharp. Distance Coloring. ESA, 2007.

Incremental and Online Algorithms

A. Sharp. Incremental Algorithms: Solving Problems in a Changing World. Ph.D. dissertation, 2007.
J. Hartline, A. Sharp. An Incremental Model for Combinatorial Minimization.
J. Hartline, A. Sharp. Incremental Flow. Networks, 50(1):77-86, 2007.
J. Hartline, A. Sharp. An Incremental Model for Combinatorial Maximization, WEA, 2006.
J. Hartline, A. Sharp. Incremental Flow. INOC, 2005.

Other

A. Sharp. Birthdays, Broadcasts, and Boolean Algebras. Cornell Technical Report TR2006-2052.
Mathematical Properties of Sudoku
Graph Theory and Combinatorics
Approximation Algorithms