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comment Simple game-theoretical problem
i just say that your claim is not valid under the modern game theory terminology. it can be misinterpreted by many people, e.g. me:)
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comment Simple game-theoretical problem
Sorry but I didn't quite get it :).. certainly there are finite games with only asymmetric equilibria (e.g. just construct a 2by2 game with strictly dominant actions). therefore, the first sentence is not true in this sense.
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comment Simple game-theoretical problem
I guess you meant: every finite symmetric game has a symmetric equilibrium.
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revised What is the most common decision making math model?
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answered What is the most common decision making math model?
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answered Nash equilibria - Why can we calculate a player's strategy without reference to their payoffs?
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comment Nash equilibria - Why can we calculate a player's strategy without reference to their payoffs?
it is not true that if the game is zero-sum then there does not exist a pair of mutual best responses in pure strategies. saddle points are precisely in this category (mutually best response pure strategies).
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comment Game tie probability
from the image it is not possible to understand the relationship between those actions. you need to specify which shape beats (or ties with).
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comment Game Theory: Penalty Shot Game
This is wrong, think about this case: assume row player employs minimax strategy 1/2 then if the column player plays 'right' the expected payoff of the row player is -1/3 which is strictly lower than -1/4, this is contradiction to the fact that a minimax strategy at least guarantees the value (-1/4).
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answered Game Theory: Penalty Shot Game
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revised Last combinatorics question
not a GT question
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comment GameTheory, Solve for optimal strategies by solving a system of linear equations
Let me put a reference if I can find:) (I probably remember this from a class).
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answered GameTheory, Solve for optimal strategies by solving a system of linear equations
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revised Game theory games with very counter-intuitive results?
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answered Game theory games with very counter-intuitive results?