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Caroline Player


I am funded by the EPSRC to research for the Warwick Institute for the Science of Cities. My research is to encourage trust between agents in a large multi-agent system when these agents do not know anything about each other. This is particularly crucial in systems with no central authority to enforce good behaviour. The real world applications of this work are prevelant from P2P networks to online marketplaces. For further information from WISC click here.

Supervised by Prof. Nathan Griffiths.


• Bootstrapping Trust and Stereotypes with Tags - Extended Abstract (AAMAS 2017), Full Paper (Trust@AAMAS 2017)

• Addressing Concept Drif in Reputation Assessment - Extended Abstract (AAMAS 2018), Full Paper (ALA@AAMAS 2018)

Modules Taught:

• CS118 - Programming for Computer Scientists

• CS255 - Artificial Intelligence

• CS258 - Database Systems

• CS259 - Formal Languages

• CS313 - Robotics


Caroline Player

C dot E dot Player at warwick dot ac dot uk