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Consider two landlords jointly own the land who can employ k workers, where k=0,1,2,…,8. The land can only be used with the consent of the both landlords, and if they employs k workers the profit earned is f(k) dollars. View this as a [View full text and thread]
Is it true that all positive linear transformations don't change Nash equilibrium? And if so, how do you proof that? [View full text and thread]
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I'm developing a game where a small group of players will rate each other's performance and the best rated player will win.
The problem is: players will have a twisted incentive to give out low ratings, because this [View full text and thread]
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I am working on a term paper and I am struggling to calculate the Pooling Equilibrium. I tried to apply a signalling game, similar to the education game, to startups and investors. I successfully calculated a separating [View full text and thread]
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I am preparing an analysis of a historical war from the perspective of game theory,and want to explain the outcomes of the event using strategies used in game theory literature.
Can you please suggest some papers or material that [View full text and thread]
I am trying to do an analysis/examination of a hand game (like rockpaperscissors) called 007. Here are the rules:
Two players count by saying "doubleoseven" and simultaneously do an action when they say "seven". They continue [View full text and thread]
I am trying to do an analysis/examination of a hand game (like rockpaperscissors) called 007. Here are the rules:
Two players count by saying "doubleoseven" and simultaneously do an action when they say "seven". They continue [View full text and thread]
I am trying to do an analysis/examination of a hand game (like rockpaperscissors) called 007. Here are the rules:
Two players count by saying "doubleoseven" and simultaneously do an action when they say "seven". They continue [View full text and thread]
If you are trying to formulate and solve a new problem, how do you decide which form (extensive, normal, etc.) is the best one to use? What aspects of the problem go into making this decision? [View full text and thread]
I have one question about the auction algorithm as developed by Bertsekas et al in order to solve assignment problems.
In (very) short, considering a same number of agents and objects, the algorithm consists in two phases, the [View full text and thread]
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I am in a problem, which relies on game theory, for its solution.
It is as follows:
Alice wants to buy a TV from Bob for a price of $ 300.
Neither party trusts each other so they trust a [View full text and thread]
Would you please help me with these questions?
Is it possible to convert any dynamic game to strategic form? is there any proof? or is there any Counterexample?
Could we consider a dynamic game in extensive form to be able to [View full text and thread]
I have been working on my thesis and am currently stuck at making the potential function that is able to track unilateral deviation within the network. Suppose there are three different products A,B,C. The utility of each product is [View full text and thread]
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Im doing a seminar over realestate prices and im Looking for the best game for the following: 3 players (gov,public,developers) each one with 6 astrategics:prices will rise sharp, rise, stay the same, drop and drop sharply.
Can [View full text and thread]
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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