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Deployed ARMOR Protection: The Application of a Game-Theoretic Model for Security at the Los Angeles International Airport [chapter]

James Pita, Manish Jain, Janusz Marecki, Fernando Ordőñez, Christopher Portway, Milind Tambe, Craig Western, Praveen Paruchuri, Sarit Kraus, Milind Tambe
Security and Game Theory  
ARMOR has been successfully deployed since August 2007 at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to randomize checkpoints on the roadways entering the airport and canine patrol routes within the airport  ...  To this end, this paper describes a promising transition of the latest in multi-agent algorithms -in fact, an algorithm that represents a culmination of research presented at AAMAS -into a deployed application  ...  RELATED WORK The key contribution of this paper is the development of a game theoretic security scheduler, named ARMOR, for improving security at the Los Angeles International Airport.  ... 
doi:10.1017/cbo9780511973031.004 fatcat:sh53s3ui5fb45b2l6s7j7tidhu

Computational Game Theory for Security and Sustainability

Albert Xin Jiang, Manish Jain, Milind Tambe
2014 Journal of Information Processing  
Indeed, casting the problem as a Bayesian Stackelberg game, we have developed new algorithms that are now deployed over multiple years in multiple applications for security scheduling.  ...  These applications are leading to real-world use-inspired research in the emerging research area of "security games"; specifically, the research challenges posed by these applications include scaling up  ...  These algorithms are now deployed in multiple applications: Armor has been deployed at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) since 2007 to randomize checkpoints on the roadways entering the airport  ... 
doi:10.2197/ipsjjip.22.176 fatcat:7rfo3ldn5ze4jpevtf5e6ldaia

Game theory for security: Key algorithmic principles, deployed systems, lessons learned

Milind Tambe, Manish Jain, James Adam Pita, Albert Xin Jiang
2012 2012 50th Annual Allerton Conference on Communication, Control, and Computing (Allerton)  
Indeed, casting the problem as a Bayesian Stackelberg game, we have developed new algorithms that are now deployed over multiple years in multiple applications for security scheduling.  ...  These applications are leading to real-world use-inspired research in the emerging research area of "security games"; specifically, the research challenges posed by these applications include scaling up  ...  These algorithms are now deployed in multiple applications: ARMOR has been deployed at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) since 2007 to randomize checkpoints on the roadways entering the airport  ... 
doi:10.1109/allerton.2012.6483443 dblp:conf/allerton/TambeJPJ12 fatcat:w3ptgtpge5fpblguwhdphc4wm4

Security Games Applied to Real-World: Research Contributions and Challenges [chapter]

Manish Jain, Bo An, Milind Tambe
2012 Advances in Information Security  
The public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 1 hour per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and  ...  maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information.  ...  These algorithms are now deployed in multiple applications: ARMOR has been deployed at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) since 2007 to randomize checkpoints on the roadways entering the airport  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-5416-8_2 fatcat:o7fwttvaezew3ldzwq7vksp6uu

PROTECT in the Ports of Boston, New York and Beyond: Experiences in Deploying Stackelberg Security Games with Quantal Response [chapter]

Eric Shieh, Bo An, Rong Yang, Milind Tambe, Craig Baldwin, Joseph DiRenzo, Ben Maule, Garrett Meyer, Kathryn Moretti
2012 Handbook of Computational Approaches to Counterterrorism  
While three deployed applications of game theory for security have recently been reported at AAMAS [21], we as a community remain in the early stages of these deployments; there is a continuing need to  ...  Towards that end, this chapter presents PROTECT, a game-theoretic system deployed by the United States Coast Guard (USCG) in the port of Boston for scheduling their patrols.  ...  The AR-MOR system (Assistant for Randomized Monitoring over Routes) has been at use in the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) since 2007 in scheduling checkpoints on inbound roads into the airport  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-5311-6_20 fatcat:6ojdv5lttrddzauz5bkl76mam4

Towards a Science of Security Games [chapter]

Thanh Hong Nguyen, Debarun Kar, Matthew Brown, Arunesh Sinha, Albert Xin Jiang, Milind Tambe
2016 Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics  
Indeed, casting the problem as a Bayesian Stackelberg game, we have developed new algorithms that are now deployed over multiple years in multiple applications for security scheduling.  ...  These applications are leading to real-world use-inspired research in the emerging research area of "security games"; specifically, the research challenges posed by these applications include scaling up  ...  These algorithms are now deployed in multiple applications: ARMOR has been deployed at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) since 2007 to randomize checkpoints on the roadways entering the airport  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-31323-8_16 fatcat:pcrsvr4m3jf6bpyhzrnzccvbaq

Using Game Theory in Public Domains: The Potential and Limitations of Security Games

Zuzana Špačková, David Špaček
2020 NISPAcee Journal of Public Administration and Policy  
The main aim and purpose of the paper is to provide a survey of selected cases of real-world deployed applications of the game-theoretic Stackelberg model in the area of public security and, based on the  ...  The paper deals with the model of a Stackelberg security game and its real-world applications in security domains.  ...  Real-world applications of a Stackelberg Game a) The Los Angeles Airport and ARMOR Th e Bayesian Stackelberg model lies at the heart of the Assistant for Randomized Monitoring Over Routes (ARMOR) implemented  ... 
doi:10.2478/nispa-2020-0024 fatcat:aff4p7wphzfabiimf4ahhxr6gu

Software Assistants for Randomized Patrol Planning for the LAX Airport Police and the Federal Air Marshal Service

Manish Jain, Jason Tsai, James Pita, Christopher Kiekintveld, Shyamsunder Rathi, Milind Tambe, Fernando Ordóñez
2010 Interfaces  
Police at the Los Angeles International Airport deploy ARMOR to randomize the placement of checkpoints on roads entering the airport and the routes of canine unit patrols within the airport terminals.  ...  The increasing threat of terrorism makes security at major locations of economic or political importance a major concern.  ...  Acknowledgments The development of ARMOR and IRIS has been successful because of the exceptional collaboration of the Los Angeles Airport Police and the United States Federal Air Marshal Service.  ... 
doi:10.1287/inte.1100.0505 fatcat:sxk5wik3irbp3c4dxjld5fme3e

Deployed Security Games for Patrol Planning [chapter]

Fernando Ordóñez, Milind Tambe, Juan F. Jara, Manish Jain, Christopher Kiekintveld, Jason Tsai
2012 International Series in Operations Research and Management Science  
We discuss the deployment of these systems in two real-world security applications: 1) The police at the Los Angeles International Airport uses these models to randomize the placement of checkpoints on  ...  The systems deployed are based on fast algorithms for solving large instances of Bayesian Stackelberg games that capture the interaction between security forces and adversaries.  ...  The ARMOR program [37] was developed for the Los Angeles airport (LAX) police, and randomizes checkpoints on the roadways entering the airport and canine patrol routes within the airport terminals.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-5278-2_3 fatcat:2v57btoku5dpros6boqda5kxrq

An Overview of Recent Application Trends at the AAMAS Conference: Security, Sustainability and Safety

Manish Jain, Bo An, Milind Tambe
2012 The AI Magazine  
The focus of this article is to provide a broad overview of application-focused papers published at the AAMAS 2010 and 2011 conferences.  ...  A key feature of the AAMAS conference is its emphasis on ties to real-world applications.  ...  Sarvapali Ramchurn for the example of the smart-grid.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v33i3.2420 fatcat:aiebij2arvcyzar5pcskv6awke

PROTECT -- A Deployed Game Theoretic System for Strategic Security Allocation for the United States Coast Guard

Bo An, Eric Shieh, Milind Tambe, Rong Yang, Craig Baldwin, Joseph DiRenzo, Ben Maule, Garrett Meyer
2012 The AI Magazine  
Towards that end, this paper presents PROTECT, a game-theoretic system deployed by the United States Coast Guard (USCG) in the port of Boston for scheduling their patrols.  ...  While three deployed applications of game theory for security have recently been reported, we as a community of agents and AI researchers remain in the early stages of these deployments; there is a continuing  ...  This research was supported by the United States Department of Homeland Security through the National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) under award number 2010-ST-061-RE0001  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v33i4.2401 fatcat:oizrznpc65ac3oj2dwf4om7w24

Game Theory and Human Behavior: Challenges in Security and Sustainability [chapter]

Rong Yang, Milind Tambe, Manish Jain, Jun-young Kwak, James Pita, Zhengyu Yin
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
While these applications of game-theoretic algorithms have advanced the state of the art, this paper lays out some key challenges as we continue to expand the use of these algorithms in real-world domains  ...  Game theory provides a sound mathematical framework to model such interactions, and computational game theory in particular has a promising role to play in helping to address key aspects of these challenges  ...  Background ARMOR (Assistant for Randomized Monitoring Over Routes) was our first application of security games [13] . It is deployed at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) since 2007.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-24873-3_24 fatcat:t6hl7l2wyzdabnocw5vqstmy5a

Using Game Theory for Los Angeles Airport Security

James Pita, Manish Jain, Fernando Ordóñez, Christopher Portway, Milind Tambe, Craig Western, Praveen Paruchuri, Sarit Kraus
2009 The AI Magazine  
ARMOR has been successfully deployed since August 2007 at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to randomize checkpoints on the roadways entering the airport and canine patrol routes within the airport  ...  To this end, this paper describes a promising transition of the latest in multi-agent algorithms into a deployed application.  ...  Acknowledgements ARMOR's deployment at LAX has only been possible due to the exceptional effort by LAWA police to strike a collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v30i1.2173 fatcat:lwitfbwe2vaz5bmock4gx5awgm

PROTECT: An Application of Computational Game Theory for the Security of the Ports of the United States

Eric Shieh, Bo An, Rong Yang, Milind Tambe, Craig Baldwin, Joseph DiRenzo, Ben Maule, Garrett Meyer
2021 PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTIETH AAAI CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE TWENTY-EIGHTH INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CONFERENCE  
Building upon previous security applications of computational game theory, this paper presents PROTECT, a game-theoretic system deployed by the United States Coast Guard (USCG) in the port of Boston for  ...  USCG has termed the deployment of PROTECT in Boston a success, and efforts are underway to test it in the port of New York, with the potential for nationwide deployment.  ...  This research was supported by the US Department of Homeland Security through the National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CRE-ATE) under award number 2010-ST-061-RE0001.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aaai.v26i1.8436 fatcat:5aj7kpmghrbzjmnekj7owa2zsa

Artificial Intelligence for Social Impact: Learning and Planning in the Data-to-Deployment Pipeline

Andrew Perrault, Fei Fang, Arunesh Sinha, Milind Tambe
2020 The AI Magazine  
With the maturing of artificial intelligence (AI) and multiagent systems research, we have a tremendous opportunity to direct these advances toward addressing complex societal problems.  ...  In pursuit of this goal of AI for social impact, we as AI researchers must go beyond improvements in computational methodology; it is important to step out in the field to demonstrate social impact.  ...  As far as we know, ARMOR was the first deployed application of game theory for operational security recommendations.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v41i4.5296 fatcat:7v54x5iadjbv5idp4ebtzugp2q
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