Tom WexlerDepartment of Computer Science
|tom.wexler "at" oberlin.edu
10 N. Professor St.
Oberlin OH, 44074
My research interests include game theory, graph theory, approximation algorithms, social and computer networks, and combinatorics.
Please note that the copyrights on the following papers are owned by their respective copyright holders.
Computing Shapley Value in Cooperative Supermodular Games
The Price of Civil Society
Mediated Equilibria in Load-Balancing Games
Equilibria and Efficiency Loss in Games on Networks
Strategic Network Formation with Structural Holes.
Network Formation Games.
The Role of Compatibility in the Diffusion of Technologies Through Social Networks.
A Duopoly Pricing Game for Wireless IP Services.
The Effect of Collusion in Congestion Games.
Selfish Behavior in Network-Based Games.
A Network Pricing Game for Selfish Traffic.
Triangulation and Embedding using Small Sets of Beacons.
The Price of Stability for Network Design with Fair Cost Allocation.
Signed Domination Number of a Graph and its Complement.
Near-Optimal Network Design with Selfish Agents.
Facility Location with Hard Capacities.
Principles of Computer Science I (CS 150)
Theory of Computation (CS 383)
Principles of Computer Science I (CS 150): Fall '09, Spring '10, Fall '10, Fall '12.
Introduction to Algorithms (CS 280): Spring '10, Spring '11.
Theory of Computation (CS 383): Fall '10.
Game Design (CS 361) Fall '09, Fall '12.