# Tagged Questions

The study of competitive and non-competitive games, equilibrium concepts such as Nash equilibrium, and related subjects. Combinatorial games such as Nim are under [tag:combinatorial-game-theory], and algorithmic aspects (e.g. auctions) are under [tag:algorithmic-game-theory].

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### How many distinct strict ordinal 2x2x2 games exist?

Consider the same type of strict ordinal games as described in How to simply show that there are "78 'strict ordinal' 2x2 game matrices" and add a third player with two strategies (...
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### Sustaining cooperation

The question poses: Explain why better monitoring of treaty compliance can be more effective at sustaining cooperation I'm assuming this question is talking about one's reputation for example? If my ...
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### Optimal point selection to maximize length of closest points interval

Consider the following game: there are $n$ players, who pick $x_i\in I = [0,1]$ in turns, $1\leq i\leq n$. For each selection $x = (x_1,\dots,x_n)\in I^n$, the player's $i$ reward is the length of the ...
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### IRV failing monotonicity criterion

I am looking for the simplest possible example of instant runoff voting failing the monotonicity criterion. By “simplest possible” I mean the scenario with the fewest number of candidates $(3)$ and ...
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### Can anyone explain this more clearly?

I'm new to CGT so i might need help but could anyone simplify this and explain it to me please- "set f ⊕ f = 0 for any f. (A nice correspondence can be made if we think back to the original game of ...
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### How to construct potential function in game theory

Can someone explain me how can I find a potential function for a potential strategic game? I know the theory and definitions, but can't figure out the reasoning process. Potential function that I ...
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