Here are rough drafts of my lecture slides, and a tentative schedule for presenting them. I'll update these things as the semester proceeds.
Sept 19, 21: Lecture 4a: Extensive-Form Games
Sept 21, 26, 28: Lecture 4b: Game-Tree Search
Sept 26: Project 1 (see the next column).
Oct 3, 5: Lecture 5a: Imperfect-Information Games
Oct 10, 12: Lecture 6a: Repeated Games.
Oct 19: Marty Zinkevich's lecture, room 2460, A.V. Williams Bldg.
Oct 24: Gerry Tesauro's lecture, rooms 1107 & 1111, Kim Engineering Bldg.
Oct 26: Review for the midterm exam. Homework 5 due.
Oct 31: midterm exam
Oct 12, Nov 2: Lecture 6b: Stochastic Games
Nov 2: Project 2 (see the next column).
Nov 14: Lecture 7b: Synthesizing Strategies from Interaction Traces, and Homework 7 (due Nov 21).
Nov 21: guest presentation by Brandon Wilson, on search algorithms for multi-player games.
Nov 23: no class
Nov 28: guest lecture by Mohammad Hajiaghayi, on adword auctions.
Nov 30: More on Coalitional Games. Return Homework 6
Dec 5: Guest lecture by Patrick Roos, on game-theoretic cultural models.
Dec 7: guest lecture by Jennifer Golbeck, about a multi-player game with deception.
Dec 12: last class - review for the final exam.
Dec 19, 1:30–3:30pm: final exam (according to the university's final exam schedule)
Location & time: 1122 CSIC, Mon/Wed 2:00–3:15
Textbook: Leyton-Brown and Shoham, Essentials of Game Theory. Morgan & Claypool, 2008.
Prerequisite: CMSC 351
This course will count for Area 2 (the 42x courses) in the CS degree requirements.