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Decisive equivalence of collections of probability measures

Working on the optimal decision theory in stochastic setting, I've found out that the following notion of equivalence is very useful. Let $(X,\mathscr A)$ be a measurable space, and let $\mathrm ...
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What is the name of a game that cannot be won until it is over?

Consider the following game: The game is to keep a friend's secret. If you ever tell the secret, you lose. As long as you don't you are winning. Clearly, it's a game that takes a lifetime to win. ...
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Terminology questions about a game where one may “save his progress” at the cost of a turn.

The game is for $p$ players who each start at square $1$. Each turn, a player can either roll an $m$-sided dice or place a marker on his current square. If he rolls $x\in\{2,\ldots, m\}$, he ...
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The name of the game (Hawk-Dove variant?)

I stumbled upon the following symmetric two-person game. We have two objects $X,Y$ with positive value $x$ and $y$, and two persons that have to pick independently form each other simultaneous one of ...
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Term for a fully connected balanced graph (Rock paper scissor)

Is there a mathematical, graph theory, game theory term for a graph that is fully connected and balanced evenly with each other node. I'm thinking in situations like Rock paper scissors where each ...