Adversarial Reinforcement Learning in a Cyber Security Simulation}

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Elderman, Richard; Pater, Leon J.J.; Thie, Albert S.; Drugan, Madalina M.; Wiering, Marco A.;
(2017)
  • Publisher: SCITEPRESS-Science and Technology Publications, Lda.
  • Subject: Adversarial setting | Cyber security in networks | Security | Software | Markov games | Control and Systems Engineering | Artificial Intelligence | Reinforcement learning | reinforcement learning (RL) | Simulations

This paper focuses on cyber-security simulations in networks modeled as a Markov game with incomplete information and stochastic elements. The resulting game is an adversarial sequential decision making problem played with two agents, the attacker and defender. The two ... View more
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