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Topic: Other Topics. Respond to the question: bmr calculator?
08/25/2015 05:21 AM by andre; bmr calculator
A BMR calculator, it accuracy and reliability. [View full text and thread]

Topic: Other Topics. Respond to the question: bmr calculator?
08/25/2015 05:19 AM by andre; bmr calculator
A quick question on basal metabolic rate and the accuracy of bmr caluclators [View full text and thread]

Topic: Other Topics. Respond to the question: diabetes and blood sugar levels?
08/24/2015 12:18 AM by Anthony Mann; Tips to prevent or control diabetes
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Topic: Other Topics. Respond to the question: diabetes and blood sugar levels?
08/24/2015 12:07 AM by name withheld; Diabetes is a lifelong condition that causes a person's blood sugar level to become too high
When you have diabetes, your blood sugar (glucose) levels are consistently high. Over time, this can damage your body and lead to many other problems. Understanding blood glucose level ranges is key to both diabetes diagnosis and [View full text and thread]

Topic: Zero Sum Games. Respond to the question: 3 person payoff matrix?
08/20/2015 07:55 PM by name withheld; 3 person payoff matrix
It is easy on google search to find payoff matrices for 2 person games with 3 choices. However, I have been unable to find how to make a 3 person payoff matrix with each person having 3 choices. Can anyone point the way towards this? [View full text and thread]

Topic: Other Topics. Respond to the question: how to share my game theory article?
08/13/2015 08:23 PM by Brian Watkins; how to share my game theory article?
I've written a short game theory article that I believe (perhaps delusionally) to be significant. I am a non-academic, a mathematician who works in industry. I want to try to publish the article somewhere, but I'm not sure where. I [View full text and thread]

Topic: Forum. Respond to the question: Finding Nash equilibrium in game with ra?
08/12/2015 08:51 AM by name withheld; Finding Nash equilibrium in game with random event at event tree?
Here is a game: There are two player: A and B At first stage, player A player first by choosing one of 3 strategies: A1, A2 and A3. For each strategy, there are 4 type, as in the linked figure. At second stage, [View full text and thread]

Topic: Other Topics. Respond to the question: Guilt Aversion Suptopic for Paper?
07/15/2015 10:38 PM by Maggie; Guilt Aversion Suptopic for Paper
Hi all - I have a little more than a month to write a 10 pages paper on a topic of my choice, and I have so far decided that I would like to write on Guilt Aversion. If anybody feels like it, I am now looking for some [View full text and thread]

Topic: Other Topics. Respond to the question: Guilt Aversion Suptopic for Paper?
07/15/2015 10:27 PM by Maggie; Guilt Aversion Suptopic for Paper
Hi all - I have a little more than a month to write a 10 pages paper on a topic of my choice, and I have so far decided that I would like to write on Guilt Aversion. If anybody feels like it, I am now looking for some [View full text and thread]

Topic: Other Topics. Respond to the question: Expanding 2 x 2 games?
07/13/2015 02:45 PM by Ben Southwell; Expanding 2 x 2 games
Hello. For my masters thesis, I am attempting to express the emergent geoengineering era for climate change resolution using game theory. Currently International environmental agreements are generally expressed using 2 x 2 games of [View full text and thread]

Topic: Other Topics. Respond to the question: Cournot and Nash?
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Topic: Other Topics. Respond to the question: Normal form game with conditions?
07/06/2015 04:22 AM by Ignazio Panades; Normal form game with conditions
Imagine a two players game. Each player has three possible strategies: - to claim 1 - to claim between 1 and 3 (1 and 3 excluded) - to claim 3 Now, the payoff matrix is as follows: (Legend: x1 = claim of player 1 x2 = claim [View full text and thread]

Topic: Auctions. Respond to the question: Deviation Constraint Mechanism iff Nash?
05/17/2015 07:21 PM by name withheld; Deviation Constraint Mechanism iff Nash-implementable
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Topic: Auctions. Respond to the question: Deviation Constraint Mechanism iff Nash?
05/17/2015 07:20 PM by name withheld; Deviation Constraint Mechanism iff Nash-implementable
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Topic: Auctions. Respond to the question: Deviation Constraint Mechanism iff Nash?
05/17/2015 07:18 PM by name withheld; Deviation Constraint Mechanism iff Nash-implementable
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Topic: Auctions. Respond to the question: Deviation Constraint Mechanism iff Nash?
05/17/2015 07:18 PM by name withheld; Deviation Constraint Mechanism iff Nash-implementable
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Topic: Auctions. Respond to the question: Deviation Constraint Mechanism iff Nash?
05/17/2015 07:13 PM by name withheld; Deviation Constraint Mechanism iff Nash-implementable
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Topic: Auctions. Respond to the question: Deviation Constraint Mechanism iff Nash?
05/17/2015 07:12 PM by name withheld; Deviation Constraint Mechanism iff Nash-implementable
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Topic: Other Topics. Respond to the question: Deviation Constraint Mechanism iff Nash?
05/17/2015 06:59 PM by name withheld; Deviation Constraint Mechanism iff Nash-implementable
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