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Is there a game with a unique pure strategy Nash equilibrium, which does not have an ordinal potential? [View full text and thread]
Is there a game with a unique pure strategy Nash equilibrium, which does not have an ordinal potential? [View full text and thread]
Please help me with this exercise! [View full text and thread]
Please help me to complete it ! [View full text and thread]
I recently discovered this game: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.crossoutxtremfree on the google app store, and it seems a similar concept to a number of other puzzles, where you try and make your opponent be the last [View full text and thread]
I recently discovered this game: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.crossoutxtremfree on the google app store, and it seems a similar concept to a number of other puzzles, where you try and make your opponent be the last [View full text and thread]
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I'm writing my ba thesis about exampoles of prisoner's dilemma in sports. Do you guys know any examples other than these:
 drugs/cheating/doping,
 ncaa training regulations
 nba lockout
 nba overpaid players
 nhl [View full text and thread]
Hi there,
I'm writing my ba thesis about exampoles of prisoner's dilemma in sports. Do you guys know any examples other than these:
 drugs/cheating/doping,
 ncaa training regulations
 nba lockout
 nba overpaid players
 nhl [View full text and thread]
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I try to calculate the nash Equilibria for a relatively complex investment game. There are four players and each player has to decide how much she wants to invest into a and b. Alle player start with the same endowment E = [View full text and thread]
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I try to calculate the nash Equilibria for a relatively complex investment game. There are four players and each player has to decide how much she wants to invest into a and b. Alle player start with the same endowment E = [View full text and thread]
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does any noncooperative infinite game with a convex utility function of players have a Nash equilibrium? and does for every game with a convex utility function we can find the Nash equilibrium with the deterministic and [View full text and thread]
Hello, I'm a mathematician interested in game theory. I can't solve the following exercise found in Mc Kinsey's book "Introduction to the theory of games":
Show that the set of all best strategies for a given player is [View full text and thread]
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I am a beginner in Game theory. I modeled a load balancing game as a infinite non cooperative game and estimated the payoff function of players. I wanna know does this payoff fucntion will yield to any Nash equilibrium [View full text and thread]
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I am a beginner in Game theory. I modeled a load balancing game as a infinite non cooperative game [View full text and thread]
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I am a beginner in Game theory. I modeled a load balancing game as a infinite non cooperative game [View full text and thread]
I'd like help with building this case and a possible solution! Can't figure out how to go about it. I thought I had a matrix, but I can't find a solution. Thank you for the help! [View full text and thread]
Topic: other. Respond to the question: Algorithm to find maximum and minimum fi? 11/06/2013 02:30 AM by Cris; Algorithm to find maximum and minimum fixed points of a monotone decreasing vectorvalued function  Hello, I have a monotone decreasing vector valued functions which has at least one fixed point. I have shown that the set of fixed points is finite and, thus, has a maximum and a minimum. I want to find an algorithm to find the maximum [View full text and thread]
I would like to know which strategies survive iterative deletion of strictly dominated strategies
D E F
A 0, 1 0, 0 10, 4/5
B 3, 1 1, 2 0, 1
C 1, 5/2 [View full text and thread]
Ive a question concerning a sequential game.
A and B share an apartment and can bargain about its cleaniness. A moves first
and announces his cleaning effort eA 0. B observes A’s decision and chooses eB 0.
Preferences: UA(eA, [View full text and thread]
If both players act like hawks they fight til the end where the victor will receive a payoff of 20 and the loser will loose 40 points. The chance of winning for each player is the same.
If both players choose to act Dovish and [View full text and thread]
