Christopher J. Hazard, Munindar P. Singh. Macau: A Basis for Evaluating Reputation Systems. Proceedings of the 23th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI). August, 2013. pp. 1-7. [PDF]
Dmitri Droujkov, Christopher J. Hazard, and Maria Droujkova. Conceptual framework for designing math computer games: Elementary game theory dimensions for educators. 32nd Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Columbus, Ohio. October, 2010.
Christopher J. Hazard, Munindar P. Singh. An Architectural Approach to Combining Trust and Reputation. Proceedings of the 13th AAMAS Workshop on Trust in Agent Societies. May 2010.
Hazard, Christopher J.; ¿Por Favor? Favor Reciprocation When Agents Have Private Discounting. Proceedings of the 2008 AAAI Workshop on Coordination, Organizations, Institutions and Norms (COIN). pp 9-16, Chicago, Illinois, July 14, 2008. [PDF]
Hazard, Christopher J.; Wurman, Peter R.; The Game of Scale: Decision Making with Economies of Scale. In Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Electronic Commerce (ICEC07), pp 329-337, Minneapolis, MN, USA. 2007. Best Paper Award [PDF]
Hazard, Christopher J.; Wurman, Peter R.; DAndrea, Raffaello; Alphabet Soup: A Testbed for Studying Resource Allocation in Multi-vehicle Systems. In Proceedings of the 2006 AAAI Workshop on Auction Mechanisms for Robot Coordination. pp 23-30, Boston, Massachusetts, July 17, 2006. [PDF]
Representing Market Design Choices in Market-Oriented Programming. February, 2007. [PDF]
Market-Based Local Wireless Bandwidth Allocation Using Customer Impact Valuations. Qualifier Paper. North Carolina State University. December, 2005. [PDF]
Effective Recovery from Security Violations Using Reversible Computing. May 9, 2005. [PDF]
Predicting Application Memory Allocation Behavior. April 21, 2005. [PDF]
Report on Computer Worms and Viruses in 2004. Spring, 2005. [PDF]
ParaC: A New Approach to Practical Parallel Programming. Undergraduate Honors Thesis. Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, IN. November, 2001. [PDF]
Dr. Chris Hazard's Patents
Methods, systems, and computer program products for simulating a scenario by updating events over a time window including the past, present, and future. Submitted July 10, 2008. Issued October 2, 2012.
Dr. Chris Hazard's Dissertation
Trust and Reputation in Multiagent Systems: Strategies and Dynamics with Reference to Electronic Commerce. Defended May 4, 2010. [PDF]