S.R. Etesami, T. Basar, Dynamic Games in Cyber-Physical Security: An Overview, Dynamic Games and Applications, pp.1-30, 2019 (available online).
S.R Etesami, S. Bolouki, A. Nedich, T. Basar, H.V. Poor, Influence of Conformist and Manipulative Behaviors on Public Opinion, IEEE Transactions on Control of Network Systems, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp. 202-214, March 2019.
S.R. Etesami, W. Saad, N. Mandayam, H.V. Poor, Stochastic Games for Smart Grid Energy Management with Prospect Prosumers, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Volume 63 , Issue 8, pp. 2327 - 2342, August. 2018.
A. Truong, S.R. Etesami, J. Etesami, N. Kiyavash, Optimal Attack Strategies against Predictors - Learning from Expert Advice, IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp. 6-19, Jan 2018.
A. Truong, S.R. Etesami, N. Kiyavash, Learning From Sleeping Experts: Rewarding Informative, Available, and Accurate Experts, ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems, Volume 23, Issue 6, pp. 77, December 2018.
S.R. Etesami, T. Basar, Pure Nash Equilibrium in A Capacitated Selfish Resource Allocation Game, IEEE Transactions on Control of Network Systems, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp. 536-547, March 2018.
S.R. Etesami, T. Basar, Price of Anarchy and an Approximation Algorithm for the Binary-Preference Capacitated Selfish Replication Game, Automatica, Volume 76, pp. 153-163, February 2017.
G. Rahi, S.R. Etesami, W. Saad, N. Mandayam, H. V. Poor, Managing Price Uncertainty in
Prosumer-Centric Energy Trading: A Prospect-Theoretic Stackelberg Game Approach, IEEE
Transactions on Smart Grids, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 702-713, September 2017.
S.R. Etesami, T. Basar, Convergence Time for Unbiased Quantized Consensus Over Static and Dynamic Networks, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 61(2), pp. 443-455, February 2016.
S.R. Etesami, T. Basar, Complexity of Equilibrium in Competitive Diffusion Games on Social Networks, Automatica, Volume 68, pp. 100-110, June 2016.
T. Basar, S.R. Etesami, A. Olshevsky, Convergence Time of Quantized Metropolis Consensus Over Time-Varying Networks, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Volume 61, Issue 12, pp. 4048 - 4054, December 2016.
S.R. Etesami, T. Basar, Game-Theoretic Analysis of the Hegselmann-Krause Model for Opinion Dynamics in Finite Dimensions, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Volume 60, Issue 7, pp. 1886-1897, July 2015.
Articles in Conference Proceedings
S.R. Etesami, Sequential Optimization for State-Dependent Opinion Dynamics, Proc. IEEE American Control Conference (ACC), Philadelphia, PA, USA, July 10-12, 2019 (to appear)
S.R. Etesami, W. Saad, N. Mandayam, H.V. Poor, Smart Routing in Smart Grids.Proc. 56th
IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), Dec 13-15, 2017; Melbourn, Australia
T. Basar, S.R. Etesami, A. Olshevsky, Fast convergence of quantized consensus using Metropolis
chains. Proc. 53rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC'14, Dec 15-17, 2014; Los
Angeles, CA), pp. 1458-1463
S.R. Etesami, S. Bolouki, T. Basar, A. Nedic, Evolution of Public Opinion under Conformist
and Manipulative Behaviors. Proc. 20th IFAC World Congress, (IFAC WC 2017), November
S.R. Etesami, S. Bolouki, A. Nedic, T. Basar, Conformity versus Manipulation in Reputation
Systems. Proc. 55th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC'16), Dec 12-14, 2016; Las
S.N. Ahmadyan, S.R. Etesami, H.V. Poor, A Random Tree Search Algorithm for Nash Equilibrium in Capacitated Selsh Replication Games. Proc. 55th IEEE Conference on Decision and
Control (CDC'16), Dec 12-14, 2016.
S.R. Etesami, A. Nedic, T. Basar, Generalization of Accelerated Successive Projection Method
for Convex Sets Intersection Problems. Proc. 2016 American Control Conference (ACC 2016),
Boston, MA, July 6-8, 2016, pp. 4422-4427.
S.R. Etesami, M.A. Madah-Ali, Design Cost versus Access Cost Trade-off in Distributed Storage
Systems, Proc. 2016 American Control Conference (ACC 2016),
Boston, MA, July 6-8, 2016, pp. 5322 - 5327.
S.R. Etesami, T. Basar, A. Nedic, B. Touri, Termination time of multidimensional Hegselmann-
Krause opinion dynamics. Proc. 2013 American Control Conference (ACC 2013), Washington,
DC, June 17-19, 2013, pp. 1257-1262.
S.R. Etesami, T. Basar, An approximation algorithm and price of anarchy for the binary-
preference capacitated selsh replication game. Proc. 54rd IEEE Conference on Decision and
Control (CDC 2015), Japan, Osaka, Dec 15-18.
S.R. Etesami, T. Basar, Complexity of equilibrium in diffusion games on social networks. Proc.
2014 American Control Conference (ACC 2014), Portland, OR, June 4-6, 2014, pp. 2077-2082.
S.R. Etesami, T. Basar, Convergence time for unbiased quantized consensus. Proc. 52nd IEEE
Conference on Decision and Control (CDC'13, Dec 10-13, 2013; Florence, Italy), pp. 6190-6195.
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