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You must carry out each exercise at a degree where it feels a fewwhat tough and where you feel fatigued on the last repetition of each set. [View full text and thread]
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Suppose I have a game in extensive form as follows. Player 1 moves first and chooses R, M or L. If he chooses R, the game ends. Otherwise, the game reaches a nontrivial inform[ation set of player 2. At this information [View full text and thread]
How does one handle nonpareto Nash Equilibria in recursive games.
Using gametree approaches, I am dealing with the situation when
at each move, the two players issue their moves simultaneously. Of course,
one can get several [View full text and thread]
Consider a game where two players (1,2) chooses between two strategies (A,B). The payoff vectors are: p(A,A)=(1,0), p(B,B)=(0,0), p(A,B)=(2,2), p(B,A)=(2,2).
There are clearly 2 Nash equilibria ((A,B) and (B,A)), but intuitively, only [View full text and thread]
Hello! Newbie here with a quick one for ya..
In Yahtzee (or similar dice game), if a player rolls 6,6,6,5,5 *EARLY in the game*, is it optimal to play 3ofakind for 28, or fullhouse for 25?
Ultimately, the simple objective is to [View full text and thread]
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I am a graduate student writing a paper using game theory. I have attached the normal form game, but am not sure how to interpret the equilibrium. This game player 1 moves first and players 2 and 3 are simultaneous after p1 [View full text and thread]
I want to set up a sequential voting game for 2 persons  voting for candidate 1 or 2  that takes into account the results of a previous vote. The difference in the previous vote needs to be incorporated into the new game (either in [View full text and thread]
I am not very familiar with game theory, I have a simple question: In several times play(finite of infinite), if the two players' payoff matrices are different in different times, but each player should have to consider the past [View full text and thread]
See attached file  question about when a multiplayer game is factorizable/separable...... [View full text and thread]
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Hello, i am having a problem with a Stackelberg problem:
Two companies are selling their fish in a market with inverse demand: P(Q)=100Q
Company one arrives at 8h and company 2 at 10h. No other competitor. They both have a marginal [View full text and thread]
Hello everyone,
As I know, trust game (or investment game) [Berg 1995] is quite well known in experimental economics.
Also, there are many researchers extend the game of Berg to repeated version.
My question is, is there a game [View full text and thread]
Hello everyone,
As I know, trust game (or investment game) [Berg 1995] is quite well known in experimental economics.
Also, there are many researchers extend the game of Berg to repeated version.
My question is, is there a game [View full text and thread]
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What is the game called if the utility of players in a coalition depends on players outside its coalition but does not depend on how these players are organized ? [View full text and thread]
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What is the game called if the utility of players in a coalition depends on players outside its coalition but does not depend on how these players are organized ? [View full text and thread]
Hi,
What is the game called if the utility of players in a coalition depends on players outside its coalition but does not depend on how these players are organized ? [View full text and thread]
Bathroom mirror ideas with creativity [View full text and thread]
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my introductory game theory class is a while ago, but now im confronted with an issue that i think fits good into game theory and maybe one can help me solving it. I am analysing remunerations cataloges:
Each player can [View full text and thread]
A BMR calculator, it accuracy and reliability. [View full text and thread]
