Motivation

Green Security Game refers to the general framework to model the repeated and strategic interaction in green security domains such as wildlife protection and fishery protection. In Green Security Game framework, the problem in these domains is cast as a repeated game.

Green Security Game refers to the general framework to model the repeated and strategic interaction between defenders and adversaries in green security domains such as wildlife protection and fishery protection. While our predictive analytics effort focuses on predicting where adversaries (e.g., poachers) will strike, our prescriptive analytics work provides recommendations to defenders (e.g., rangers) to conduct strategic, randomized patrols. In Green Security Game framework, the problem in these domains is cast as a repeated game.

Milind Tambe

Debarun Kar

Benjamin Ford

Shahrzad Gholami

Fei Fang

Thanh Hong Nguyen

Rong Yang

Francesco Maria Delle Fave

Rob Pickles, Panthera

Wai Y. Lam Gopalasamy R. Clements, Panthera & Rimba

Andrew Lemieux, Nethelands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement

Andrew J, Plumptre, Wildlife Conservation Society

Lucas Joppa, Microsoft Research

Arnaud Lyet, World Wildlife Fund

Nicole Sintov, Sol Price School of Public Policy, USC

Bo An, Nanyang Technological University

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