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Is there a book or a paper where I can find a game theoretic model with action set available to a player that changes over time? [View full text and thread]
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If anyone could help me out with this exercise I would be greatfull:
Consider the following characteristic function game: N = {1, 2, 3} and v({1}) = 0, v({2}) = 0, v({3}) = 0,
v({1,2}) = 40, v({1,3}) = 0, v({2,3}) = 50, [View full text and thread]
4 Competing in quantities
Suppose two firms selling an identical product engage in Cournot competition. There
are 100 potential customers and the industry demand is 100 − p. Firms choose quantities
qi ∈ [0, 50], which [View full text and thread]
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I am very interested in finding the Nash equilibrium of a game directly from the extensive form game/game tree of a game. I know you can find Nash equilibria from the strategic form (normal form table), but finding it directly from the [View full text and thread]
I have a class project picking basketball teams for each game in a tournament called march madness. If you don't know march madness it is 64 teams in a bracket and they all play one game and the winning teams then all play and so on [View full text and thread]
Hello, is there an agent in Game Theory which goal is to minimizes other's costs?
I've seen some agents that I would call "socialist", which goal is to minimize the sum, but including their cost. If you know any paper referring to [View full text and thread]
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I have a nonzero sum game of three players with payoffs in the range 022. Players 1 and 3 have opposing interests, and thus their payoffs add to a constant sum. How can I create payoff functions of the players when I only have [View full text and thread]
Hello, please what is the principle according to which movement diagrams should be created (payoffs to a certain player)? I am attempting to create one for 3 players but was unable to deduce a clear rule from the sources I found  [View full text and thread]
Each of n citizens may voluntarily contribute to a public good a sum c_i, with i =1,2,..., n. For m [View full text and thread]
The payoff from the project, for each of the partner is given by 𝑅𝑥3𝑥3𝑥3 where 𝑅 is the smallest role number in your academic 123
group (in one or two digits) and 𝑥𝑖 is the level [View full text and thread]
This is an example of the general idea that being able to set the terms of a deal while the other player merely accepts or refuses is a huge advantage. Assuming the buyer must offer an integer price, all but 2 prices are dominated. This [View full text and thread]
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I really love all your videos on Game Theory, because they are really helping me.
I am now facing a challenging BuyerSellerGame which i cannot solve.
Do you know the official Title of that Game, or the Authors?
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Not sure why the image I uploaded didn't seem to appear.
game is described as such:
1 can play U, M or D.
In response each of 1's action, 2 can play u or d.
U,u  6,8
U,d  7,4
M,u  9,5
M,d  7,4
D,u  4,6
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Predict what the players would do in this game if Player 2 was in fact not in a
position to observe Player 1’s choice between U, M and D
My answer was that although player 2 wouldn't know what 1 would play, he would prepare a best [View full text and thread]
